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Report: Turkey Eclipsing Jordan in Old City, Temple Mount

One hundred years after the last Turkish soldier was chased out of Jerusalem by the invading British Empire, Turkey's channeling of millions into eastern Jerusalem is gaining sympathy and support.

Rafael to Debut Fifth Generation ‘Spike’ Missile in Paris

The multi-purpose projectile can be fired from a vehicle, a helicopter, a ship or from ground launchers.

Bank of Israel Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged in June

"Housing market data have indicated moderation in demand for homes... and continued decline in the flow of new mortgages taken out."

KFC Coming Back to Roost in Israel

KFC representatives have met with potential franchisees, toured potential sites with real estate agents, and set a goal of 100 branches in five years. It's the chain's fourth crack at the Israeli market.

Cabinet Approves Cable Car Project to Western Wall for 50th Anniversary of Jerusalem Reunification

Tourism Minister Yariv Levin called it "an important decision that will change the face of the city and significantly upgrade the tourist experience."

Jerusalem Soon to be First Smart City in Israel

The system includes HD and 4K-HD cameras, enabling the municipality to see everything that happens at hundreds of critical sites throughout the city, in real time.

Israel Renews Work Permits for 74 SodaStream Employees from Palestinian Authority [video]

MADE IN ISRAEL: “This product is made by Arabs and Jews working side by side in peace and harmony.”

Israel Teams Up with Northwell Health in Advancing Healthcare Innovations

A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Israel Innovation Authority and Northwell Health, intended to streamline future cooperation in healthcare innovation, under...

Cyber Security Firm Hexadite Sold to Microsoft for $100M

Investors in the company include venture capital firms YL Ventures, TenEleven and Hewlett Packard Ventures.

Mayor Barkat: On 50th Anniversary, Stats Show Unified Jerusalem on Right Track

'100 new cleaning staff will be added for upgrading public spaces across the city; garbage collection routes will be added to improve neighborhood cleanliness; manual sweeping operations will be extended.'

MobilEye To Build New 30-Floor Jerusalem HQ

Mobileye develops vision-based advanced driver assistance systems that provide warnings to prevent and mitigate collisions.

Israel, India Ink $630M Military Deal

IAI Director-General Yossi Weiss said the deal strengthens “the company’s status as a global leader in the domain of aerial defense systems.”

Land Purchased for 300 Jewish Housing Units in Beit Hanina, Jerusalem

"If we had publicized the fact that we had bought the land, they would have found a way to expropriate the lots from our hands."

Trump, Tillerson, Sell Saudis $110 Billion Arms Package

The deal demonstrates American "commitment to our partnership with Saudi Arabia," and potentially creating and supporting tens of thousands of new jobs in the United States.

Elbit Introduces Latest Autonomous Mortar System for Lightweight Combat Vehicles

The new SPEAR MK2 mortar system enables optimal recoil reduction, and is adapted to suit lightweight vehicles for immediate engagement operations.

Economic Relations with Germany Flourishing as Israeli Exports Reached $1.6 Billion in 2016

Ministers Cohen and Zypries agreed to hold a joint Innovation Day in 2018 that will focus on industry, especially advanced manufacturing, as well as cooperation on R&D between the two countries.

Tzohar’s Founding Rabbi Says ‘Separate Politics From Kashrut’

"There is no other solution to heal this crisis other than privatization of the [kashrut supervision] system."

Iceland’s WOW Air to Offer Tel Aviv – New York $149 RT Flights

Bring your own food and water, and download a movie on your iPad or laptop ahead of the flight.

Israel Nudged But Not Affected by Global Cyber Attack

Energy and Infrastructure Minister Yuval Steinitz declared a cyber alert for Israel’s energy and water infrastructure.
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Genetics Company, Amazon, Offering Online Ashkenazi Jewish Carrier Screening Test

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), nearly one in five people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent are carriers of a Jewish genetic disorder.

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