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Palestinian Girls Could Be 'Einsteins of Tomorrow'

Palestinian Girls Could Be 'Einsteins of Tomorrow'
Teen Inventors Know the Way to San Jose After Designing Walking Cane for the Blind

JERUSALEM, April 28, 2010

Three teenage Palestinian girls from Nablus are on the verge of scientific stardom, inspired by a desire to help blind people in their West Bank hometown. They have invented a revolutionary beeping walking cane for the blind.

Palestinian students Asil Shaar, left, Nour Al-Arda, center, and Asil Abu Lil hold two prototypes of a beeping walking stick for blind people that they built in Askar Girls' School, run by UNRWA, in Askar refugee camp in the West Bank city of Nablus. 14 year old Asil Abu Lil and her two friends entered their ingenuous invention into the Intel corp? sponsored International Youth Science Fair to be held in San Jose next month. Despite fierce competition, their inv


Added: Apr-29-2010 
By: angloirishcad
Middle East
Tags: Middle East, Palestine, Israel, Islam, Terrorism, Christianity, Muslim, war, peace, conflict, christian, jew, jewish
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