SHI 360, of Montreal, Canada, now residing in Israel, stands for Supreme Hebrew Intellekt. 360 stands for his “full circle” return to his birthplace after moving to Montreal from Israel. One of Israel’s biggest artists that has toured with Canibus, Killah Priest and Nikos Kourkoulis.
Check out his latest hit:
514 – Montreal’s Area Code
An Expos (Montreal’s Former MLB Team) hat!
Looks like after last year’s participation of Eliaabetta Canalis, a model who famously dated George Clooney, Dancing with the Stars producers want to fill the ‘supermodel who was dating a movie star’ spot, and Refaeli (who dated Leonardo DiCaprio for 5 years)is one of the most successful models in the world right now, with a gossip-ish past.
“Yes they did turned to Bar,” manager and mother Zipi Refaeli commented to AbbaNibi.com about the rumor, “but ,she can’t commit to something like that ,because of her hectic work schedule.”
Unfortunately, we did not receive a comment from ABC by the time of publish, but looks like the ball has dropped and it’s up to Dancing with the Stars’ casting team to negotiate.
Bar’s “hectic work schedule” includes, in the past few months, a full promo schedule for ‘Escada’ perfume plus fashion campaigns for GAP fit and Arrow (alongside Josh Duhamel). Refaeli, who’s currently in Paris, is also leading campaigns in France, Colombia and Israel.
Abbanibi is getting the phone ready to vote, just in case Bar and ABC are able to work the schedule out.
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Israel’s relations with Turkey may have reached a historic low following the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from Ankara, but Turkey still plans to take part in a tourism fair scheduled to be held in Tel Aviv next month.
The international tourism fair – held annually at Tel Aviv’s Exhibition Grounds – is sponsored by the Tourism Ministry, Israel Hotel Association and El Al Airlines, and serves are a unique opportunity to promote tourism in Israel.
More than 800 representatives from 28 countries are expected to take part in the fair this year and present intriguing destinations, attractions and vacation offers.
The countries taking part in the fair this year include Sri Lanka, Albania, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan and others.
“This is one of the main regional tourism fairs and the number and quality of the participants can be seen as an expression of trust in Israeli tourism,” says Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov.
Despite the tense diplomatic relations, the Turks are interested in seeing Israeli tourists return to their vacation resorts and are trying to make them favor Turkey over Greece and Cyprus, which have served as an alternative in the past few years.
“I am glad that in spite of the diplomatic tensions Turkey is still interested in taking part in the tourism conference,” says Eyal Shmueli, the publisher and editor-in-chief of Israel Travel News and one of the fair’s initiators.
“The Turkish participation proves that they are interested in bringing the Israeli tourist back,” He adds.
Are you, your children or grandchildren jealous of the Technion’s Dan Shechtman, who recently returned from Sweden with a Nobel Prize for chemistry? Now, Israeli teens have been invited by the Science and Technology Ministry to take part in the world’s “largest online science fair,” with Israeli Nobel Prize winner Ada Yonath among the international panel of judges.
Youngsters aged 13 to 18 can enter the Google Science Fair by suggesting their own original idea for a research project, filming themselves and presenting the video on a special section of YouTube.
The aim, says the ministry, is to inspire youths to get involved in science experientially, promote innovation and originality, expose the wonders of science to pupils and increasing the number or them who choose eventually to work in scientific fields.
The best will reach the finalist stage, with those selected being invited to Google’s headquarters in California.
There they will compete for the top prizes, the largest of which is worth $50,000.
Yonath, who won the Nobel in chemistry in 2009 for her lifelong work on ribosomes has been named the first Israeli to be on Google’s panel of judges. This is only the second year the competition is taking place. Last year, 7,500 projects from around the globe were presented.
Three American girls shared the first prize and the cash gift and were invited to the White House for a personal meeting with President Barack Obama.
The ministry said since no Israelis applied in 2011, it wanted to spread the word this year. They can present their ideas in Hebrew, Arabic or English.
The best 90 presentations will reach the semifinals, and 15 will be chosen among them for the finals. Proposals of scientific research can be made individually or in a group.