On Wednesday, 3:38:20 in the 200-meter freestyle swim put Inbal Pezaro in third place, bringing Israel’s total at the Paralympics in Rio to three bronze medals. In an event in which competing is already a victory, Israel has much to be proud of.
While Israel’s top athletes are competing in the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, some young Israeli scientists have been winning a remarkable number of medals at the “science olympics” around the globe.
Al Qaeda is using social media to call on its followers to execute lone-wolf attacks on athletes at the Olympics in Rio next month. The terror group urged its followers to attack American, British, and French athletes, but especially targeted athletes representing Israel.