Tel Aviv came up third for the second year in a row on an 8-point rating scale, ahead of NYC and LA.
According to Human Rights Watch, the Egyptian authorities demolished at least 3,255 residential, commercial, administrative, and community buildings along the border, forcibly evicting thousands of people.
"In Judaism buildings aren’t so important, they are places that we use… but we move, we move a lot."
It is a typically edifying poem of the sort that was often written in "poezie albums," exhorting the owner to do her best and be diligent at work.
Spacecom will receive $196 million for the loss of the Amos 6 satellite, but that doesn't cover the cost of lost revenue.
Nearly two million tourists have arrived in the Holy Land so far, and we haven't yet seen the winter holiday season.
The United States and Israel have been collaborating on rotorcraft technologies since the 1980's, with more than one hundred scientists and engineers from both sides developing breakthrough technologies.
The company making the new kit is made up of "professional shooters, members of the IDF elite reserved forces, counter terrorism, reconnaissance and commando units."
ScanTask will present on intelligence technology for the agriculture sector at an industry expo in the UK.
Ben Gurion International Airport is streamlining its check-in and departure procedures with digital media.
A long-term railway construction project will result in a high-speed train line from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, with a stop at the Temple Mount and Western Wall.
A new game about the Gaza war, on Google and Apple, may endanger IDF soldiers.
Unemployment in Israel rose to 4.9% in September, compared with 4.6% in August.
Rudolf-August Oetker was the grandson of Dr. August Oetker. He ran the company from 1944 to 1981.
The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
A special edition Gemara was printed for the first cycle of Daf Yomi in 1925.
On Wednesday, the Jewish Federations of North America board of trustees voted to overturn its policy barring its missions from visiting Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Jerusalem Gateway, with a $360 million investment, will spread over 52 acres, create 40,000 new jobs, and become Israel's largest transportation hub.
Bidders are required to agree to place the object on public exhibition, as per a stipulation by the Israel Antiquities Authority, which designated the artifact a "National Treasure" of Israel.
While tobacco companies spend millions on advertising, a new study reiterates the cost in human lives is staggering. Cigarette smoking kills.