In making our selection we looked for true pioneers, people who arrived when a certain situation was at point A, and due to their investment over a lifetime, things moved on to B or even higher in the alphabet.
Last week the Netanyahu cabinet passed a $13 million plan to strengthen economic links and cooperation with African countries.
"We're trying to stop the trucks with our bodies and we won't let this go on," she stated.
A witty Hebrew-language Honda commercial plays on the Israeli funny bone but may be too controversial for the market.
Israel and South Korea are engaged in free trade negotiations; a round of talks concluded Thursday in Seoul.
Secular Israeli Jews are sending their children to less costly religious camps this year.
The drones will be operational in 2018.
Elbit successfully tested its 'Seagull' USV, launching a torpedo from the water-borne drone.
There are no snipers situated in strategic locations, ready to take out potential attackers.
Not really Sundays, but 6 long weekends a year.
Zisser captured the Israeli public's imagination, especially in the religious sector, in the early 1980s, when he initiated the founding of the city of Emanuel in Samaria.
Almost half of the residents of the holiest city in the world are living under the poverty line.
Pickering testified before the House Armed Services Committee in favor of a comprehensive agreement with Iran, and did not mention Boeing in the disclosure form he handed the committee.
Israeli and US officials cheered the rollout of the Jewish State's first F-35 'Adir' Lightning-II Stealth fighter jet.
"What's next?" Yachimovich wondered. "Soldiers modeling the Nike logo? Tanks laid up in the shape of the Gerber Baby? Fighter planes leaving behind streaks promoting a coffee and croissant campaign?"
Former Mossad director Tamir Pardo has agreed to join the board of an international anti-Iran organization.
The Yitzhak light ammunition division of Israel's IMI defense firm has sold NIS 150 million in the U.S. market.
The obvious problem is that $5,000, which will be pulled out of the war on poverty budgets, is not a lot of money.
They are stuck in the snow, unable to advance, that their equipment is drenched and that the gas in their single burner is about to run out.
On Monday Minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) told reporters: “I do not think it is right to lock up two million people without any connection to the world."