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عرب مسلمان اهل تونس * خالد عبدالوهاب * با به خطر انداختن جان و مال خود جان شماری از یهودیان را در جنگ جهانی دوم از دست نازی ها نجات داد .
در مورد این فرد انسان دوست مهمترین اطلاعاتی که در دست است انکه او فردی ملاک و ثروتمند و خیلی شیک پوش و با وقار بوده که همواره از چهره اش جبروت و محبت میباریده است !. او از خانواده ئی امده با اصالت و فرهنکی که پدرش نیر در ان زمان استاد دانشگاه بوده است . به گفته روزنامه ایتالیائي « کوریره دلاسرا » که این گزارش را تهیه و چاپ کرده ،علت انکه چرا او نیز مانند * شیندلر * که جان بسیاری از یهودیان را در ان زمان هولناک نجات داد و داستان زندگی پر افتخارش دلیلی شد برای فراهم اورده شدن فیلمی بسیار عظیم که قدر دانی کوچکی توسط جامعه یهودیان و سازمانها و بنیاد های انسان دوستانه جهان از او گردید حرفی و یا نوشته ئی از خود باقی نگذاشت که بهرای ان جانفشانیهای بشر دوستانه که از خود نشان داده است از او نیز قدر دانی بعمل اورده شود * متانت و گذشتی * بوده است که در خود داشته و انجام اینگونه کارهای نیک را برای ارضای نفس انسانیش انجام داده است و نه دلیلی دیگر ! متن کامل
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DID YOU KNOW?!
April 26, 2010 - An Israeli scientist has managed to generate solar power from a pea plant by harnessing the power plants use when they covert sun into sugars in their green leaves.
April 19, 2010 - Vineyards in California and Chile are using an Israeli developed drip irrigation system to create a freezing igloo that can protect their grapevine buds from the cold, saving themselves millions of dollars in lost crops a year.
April 12, 2010 - A super-absorbent material developed by an Israeli company has been used to create a pill that can help treat obesity. The pill expands in the stomach, causing a feeling of fullness, and afterwards is eliminated naturally.
April 5, 2010 - An Israeli company has developed an innovative new smart phone called First Else , which some believe could challenge iPhone’s hold on the market. The phone, one of the most inventive cell phone devices to hit the market in a long time, goes on sale in Europe and the US this year.
March 31, 2010 - An Israeli inventor has developed a calculator for students that will only give the right answer if the user enters a reasonable mental estimate of the result . The calculator is designed to help students understand arithmetic and math and is sparking a great deal of interest worldwide.
March 23, 2010 - In 2011, Israel will become the first country in the world to install a cutting edge network for electric cars . The network, developed by Better Place, is the brainchild of Israeli Shai Agassi. Agreements have also been signed with Denmark, Hawaii, California, and Australia.
March 16, 2010 - Israeli company Brightsource has won over $1 billion in US government loans to build the world’s largest solar energy project in California , doubling the amount of solar thermal electricity produced in the US today.
March 10, 2010 - Israeli chocolate chain, Max Brenner is opening a new branch in Caesars Palace Mall in Las Vegas. The two-storey shop will include a chocolate restaurant, bar and shop. Another branch is expected to open soon in Boston, bringing the number of branches worldwide to 32.
March 2, 2010 - Israeli researchers from Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv have discovered thatlistening to just 30 minutes of Mozart a day can help premature babies gain weight faster and leave hospital sooner.
February 23, 2010 - Israeli scientists have developed a new inexpensive and low radiation CT imaging device that can capture a still image of a beating heart , providing vital early diagnosis of heart disease – the world's number one killer.
February 16, 2010 - An Israeli company has developed a new terrorist detection system for our airports that monitors travelers reactions to pictures. The company claims a 95 percent success rate.
February 9, 2010 - For the third consecutive year, an Israeli film has been shortlisted for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar .
February 1, 2010 - An Israeli company has developed a new hand sanitizer that can deactivate the swine flu virus within 15 seconds of exposure, helping to stop the spread of the illness.
January 25, 2010 - The magazine, Forbes, has listed Tel Aviv as one of the world's top party cities, right up there with Bangkok, New York, Berlin and London. The magazine called it a steamy nocturnal playground, not for the faint of heart.
January 13, 2010 - A new software tool from Israel called BlindAid allows the blind and visually impaired to make accurate mental maps , giving them the confidence to venture into unfamiliar environments on their own.