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Benjamin Amram is a second year psychology student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Born in Chicago, he made Aliyah in 2017 at the age of 18. In the IDF, Benjamin served in the Golani Brigade and received the Northern Command Award of Excellence for his “exemplary performance and personal example to peers”. Afterwards, he worked for the US Embassy in Jerusalem as an armed guard and completed the 6-month Google Data Analytics Course focusing on data analysis, cleaning, and visualization. His areas of focus are the interplay between psychology, government, and emerging technology. He was accepted and will participate in the 2022-2023 academic year cohort of the Zvi Meitar Emerging Technology Program. It focuses on the legal, ethical, and moral applications of emerging technologies, and consists of a yearlong research thesis.

ARTICLES BY: Benjamin Amram


September 22, 2022 10:35 am
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Russia, Iran & China’s New Axis of Evil: A Global Threat?

A series of global trends that appear to be unconnected reveal a global threat that the world media should be taking very seriously: Germany’s purchase...

September 16, 2022 11:37 am
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Who Really Harms Palestinian Kids? What the Media Fails to Report

During Operation Breaking Dawn, ​​the most recent escalation between the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and the Gaza-based US-designated Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terror organization, a...

World

Over 250,000 Men Left Russia to Avoid Mobilization

i24 News – More than 250,000 people left Russia after President Vladimir Putin announced "partial" mobilization of reservists to reinforce troops in Ukraine, according to sources. A governmental source confirmed this...

Israel

Lebanon Expects US Mediator Offer for Maritime Border with Israel within Da...

Lebanon expects a written offer from US mediator Amos Hochstein concerning the demarcation of a maritime border with Israel by...

Middle East

Iran Says US Attempting to Use Unrest to Weaken Country

Iran faced more international criticism on Monday over the death of a woman in police custody which triggered nationwide protests, after Tehran accused the United States of using the unrest...

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