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Bharain, 2016

Kuwaiti man and girlfriend caught having sex in car


Revised: 2016-01-27T06:38

Kuwait: A Kuwaiti national was caught having sex with his girlfriend in his car in a public parking in broad daylight in the district of Bayan.

Pedestrians were stunned to see the car shaking and alerted the operation room at the Ministry of Interior.

A police patrol from the Hawali station caught the couple red-handed, reported local Arabic daily Al-Rai.

According to the report, the girl reportedly did not like the intervention of the police officers and said the man was her fiancé.

The police have referred them to the Public Prosecution.

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ISRAEL , 2015

Family of Murdered Hiker Demands Death Penalty


Revised: 2016-05-21T07:37

The family of Danny Gonen, the Israeli hiker murdered by terrorists last month north of Jerusalem, have welcomed the arrest of his murderer and several accomplices, and called to apply the death penalty against the lead terrorist.

Gonen's cousin Rabbi Itzik Gonen, the rabbi of a pre-IDF academy in Lod, told Arutz Sheva on Friday that the fact that one the terrorists involved had previously been arrested for terrorism and released should send warning signs - the terrorist leader was revealed to be on the payroll of the Palestinian Authority (PA).

"How can it be that people who dealt in terror did not face a punishment strong enough to deter them," posed Rabbi Gonen. "It hurts the family that a person who was involved and active in terror was released and murdered Danny, it shows the weakness and powerlessness of the state of Israel against murderers."

As noted by the bereaved family member, one of those involved in the murder previously was among the 1,027 terrorists released in the 2011 Gilad Shalit deal.

The rabbi demanded that "justice must come to light. We are happy that they caught the lowly murderers and if need be we will stand against them and speak out (in court). The family reasons that any Jewish blood that is spilled must have a severe penalty, Jewish blood is not abandoned."

"A terrorist that intentionally murdered - the death penalty is the simple statement," he said.

Israel has a death penalty on the law books, but it has only been implemented once in 1962 against Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann. Ironically a vote was held just this Wednesday on applying the death penalty to terrorists, but the Knesset overwhelmingly voted against it 94-6; in a sign of nationalist division Yisrael Beytenu proposed the bill, but Likud and Jewish Home were among those opposing it.

Describing the horrific murder that occurred near a spring in the Binyamin region of Samaria, Rabbi Gonen said the "terrorist surveyed the spring and planned the act."

"Jews came to tour the spring on Friday and these lowly murderers manipulated Danny's desire to help them," he said, noting how the terrorist asked for water so as to get within point-blank range before opening fire. "He wanted to act with kindness, and they came to destroy him. The terrorist asked for help, Danny came to help and they murdered him."

The rabbi said that it was important to Danny Gonen's family that his murder not be in vain.

"Danny has four brothers and a mother, and the message of the family is to continue Danny's good, while at the same time giving a message of resoluteness against the terrorists. We will establish a Talmud Torah (religious school), a kindergarten and charity building, in his name in Lod, and likewise it's important to us that a neighborhood be established in his memory."

"It is important to the family that Danny's name not be in vain, he was murdered when he went to tour the land of Israel, like any normal person, and they did something abnormal," concluded the rabbi. "We need to continue to live normal lives in the land of Israel, and for the blood of every Jew that is spilled they need to build a neighborhood in the land of Israel."

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Taiwan, 2016

Avoiding three highs medications could be harmful


Revised: 2016-02-21T07:36

A Health Promotion Administration (HPA) survey found that about 56 percent of people think that regularly taking medication for controlling the three highs "high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar" damages the kidneys. However, the administration said not taking the medication regularly causes more harm.

HPA Chronic Disease Control Division official Chia Shu-li (???) said one of the administration's follow-up surveys suggested that about one in 10 people (aged 20 or older) in Taiwan have chronic kidney disease, and a report showed that 73,339 people were end-stage kidney disease patients on dialysis treatment in 2013.

Furthermore, 46.6 percent of patients with diabetes also suffered chronic kidney disease, including a quarter with end-stage kidney disease, Chia said, adding that while diabetes is one of the main causes of kidney disease, high blood pressure and high blood cholesterol are also causes.

A telephone survey conducted by the administration last year of more than 23,000 people aged 18 or older showed that up to 56 percent considered taking medication to control the “three highs” a cause of kidney damage and 15 percent said that they did not know, while 24 percent thought it would protect the kidneys, she said.

Failing to control the three highs  could lead to faster progression of kidney disease, especially if they start taking other unknown herbal medicine, Chia added.

“Properly controlling the three highs can slow the deterioration of kidney functions. If patients do not take their medication regularly and develop kidney disease, the risk and speed of disease progression can be much faster and many times worse than the relatively slight negative side effects from taking medication,  Taiwan Society of Nephrology president Chen Hung-chun (???) said.

Chen said only about one-third of patients with diabetes develop kidney disease that requires dialysis treatment, and some patients that have controlled their “three highs  by taking medication regularly and eating a balanced diet have even delayed the progression of kidney disease by 15 to 20 years.

Taking medication regularly according to a doctor's prescription can actually protect a patient's kidneys,  Chia said, adding that lack of exercise, obesity and bad choice of diet are all causal agents of chronic disease | so we should maintain a normal [healthy] lifestyle.

Chen said in addition to drinking more water, controlling the "three highs" and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, getting regular examinations and having a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) test is also recommended to discover kidney disease in its early stages.

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