An online PhD program for Israelis and Palestinians has been launched.
The initiative, called the Israel Institute of Technology for Palestinians, aims to prepare students to be the next generation of the country’s brightest scholars.
The Israel Institute for Palestine is currently working on the project.
According to the announcement, the institute’s program will train a new generation of researchers in the fields of science, technology, and medicine.
The Israeli Ministry of Education and Science said the program is part of the government’s goal to encourage more Israeli talent to the Middle East.
Israel is known as a place of peace, tolerance, and harmony.
Its universities are among the most prestigious in the world, and its research institutions are among Israel’s most innovative.
It has been praised for its high standard of living, its well-established academic community, and for its scientific research.
The country also enjoys a relatively low unemployment rate, but the country is struggling with an ongoing conflict with Israel over the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Israel has long had a strong academic reputation in the region, and a number of top universities in the country have been ranked among the top 100 universities in world by research funding.
According to the Israel-based research group Israel and the World, there are currently more than 3,000 Israeli scientists in the Middle Eastern world.
The institute is one of many Israeli universities seeking to prepare its students for the world of research.
In May, the Israel International University in Tel Aviv announced it would launch an online degree program to prepare Israelis for a career in science.
The program aims to train Israeli scientists to become “world-class scholars,” and it will teach them the skills required for a variety of research projects, including computational modeling and data analysis, computational and computational modeling, computational mathematics, statistics, statistics of biological systems, and computational biology.
In addition, the Israeli Ministry for Science, Technology and Industry announced last week that it will establish a “science for peace” team in the Israeli government.
The team will be led by the minister of foreign affairs and the minister for science and technology, to encourage Israeli scientists and engineers to pursue careers in the field of science and engineering.