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Church Leaders Shut Holy Sepulcher in Protest of Bill Protecting Jewish Homeowners

The bill explains that there are thousands of families in Jerusalem who stand to lose their homes (and the borrowing power they represent) without government intervention.

Forbes: World’s Top 10 Tech Firms All Focusing ‘Mission Critical’ Work in Israel

There are another 350 multinational firms currently engaging with Israeli innovation one way or the other as well.

IKEA Be’er Sheva Set to Open Next Week

The new branch, which has 22,000 square meters of space, will have 21 cash registers (including eight for self-service) and 1,500 parking spaces.

Opening Day for High-Speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Train ‘On Hold’ Till Fall 2018

Engineers and safety experts warned at least a month ago that the line was far from ready and that disaster would follow if officials rushed to opening day.

Egypt’s El-Sisi: Cairo ‘Scored a Goal’ With Israeli Gas Deal

El-Sisi said the agreement furthers his vision of transforming Egypt into a regional energy hub.

Egypt Signs $15 Billion Deal to Import Israeli Natural Gas

Let's watch the effect of taxes from the deal on Israel's own energy market. At the moment, a gallon of gas still costs Israeli motorists around $6.8 – most of which are taxes.

Israeli Tax Authority: Bitcoin an Asset, Not a Currency

A week ago, the chairman of the Israel Securities Authority, Prof. Shmuel Hauser, announced that he would not not permit companies whose value is based on the value of the bitcoin to be included in one of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) indices.

Israel Railways to Expand to 24-Hour Service in South

The southern line is considered to be one of the most successful and growing train lines in Israel, with approximately 420,650 passengers traveling each day.

Israeli Research Creates ‘ Superfood’ Out of Blemished Apples

“The powder can be integrated into many food products and enrich their nutritional values, give them a refreshing apple flavor and turn them into a superfood.”

Israel Tax Authority Presents New Codes for Home Owners

People who own and lease up to five private housing units are likely to be entitled to a reduced rate of 10 percent taxes, because fewer than five housing units is considered “passive income” under the new rules.

Significant Drop in 2017 Home Sales in Israel

In December 2017, the number of homes sold (8,800) was down 20 percent from the same month a year earlier, the Chief Economist reported.

Israel Aerospace Industries Revolutionizes Drone Remote Control via Satellite

Based on satellite communication, combined with precise automated taxiing, takeoff and landing, this innovative, unprecedented capability constitutes a major breakthrough in the remote operation concept, offering maximum operational flexibility.

Israeli Startup Tempting US Tech Workers to Tel Aviv

“If you’re into startups, you should come to Tel Aviv. It’s that simple."

Israel Aerospace Industries Shares Win of Singapore Aviation Challenge

The automated cargo handling system aims to minimize the physical workload of cargo handlers and by that also meet the latest compliance requirements regarding personnel health and safety.

Cutting Trip Shorter by Flying over Saudi Arabia, Air India to Corner Market on...

Air India will get a one-time grant of $930,000 from Israel for launching its direct flights between New Delhi and Tel Aviv, paid out in three $310,000 installments.

Jobs Fair for Haredi-Religious Sector Set for Feb. 15

“Many in the community are looking for ways to make a dignified livelihood. I see great importance in this project, which can help people ... earn a decent living.”

State Comptroller Fines Habayit Hayehudi, Party Faces ‘Existential’ Deficit

The Comptroller noted that he initially wanted to fine the faction $540,000, but decided to lower the amount to $165,000 in recognition of its already mounting financial troubles.

1.5 Rooms Available on Pinsker Street, Tel Aviv, Ask for Landlord, Mr. Vladimir Putin

In the late 1990s, Mina identified her former student on TV, when he stood next to Russian President Boris Yeltsin, as head of Russia's security service.

Report: Hamas Terrified of Israeli Assassinations, Surprise Attack

Hamas leaders are moving around Gaza under tight security these days, especially since Israeli reconnaissance planes hardly ever leave the Gaza Strip's skies.

PM Netanyahu Met in Davos with Walmart Exec to Pitch Israel

Israeli economic adviser Avi Simhon said the prime minister would “ease regulatory burdens wherever possible to make the market more accessible."

Strong Shekel Means Tough Times for Immigrants

The current state of the shekel-dollar relationship could be the new “normal” that local businesses will have no choice but to adjust to.

Jerusalem Municipality to Collect $200 Million from Church Properties

"Let the state will indemnify us and return the money earmarked for the development of the city, or we will collect it as required by law."

Israel Offering Financial Assistance to Entrepreneurs for Hotel Construction

"We are working to expand hotel room supply by offering financial assistance to entrepreneurs and approving grants for hotel construction."

Introducing the New ‘Super Bullet’ by Israel Military Industries

The new super-bullet gives combat soldiers improved capabilities while enhancing firepower equivalent to that of an FN MAG machine gun.

Unemployment Rate in December 2017 Lowest Since 1970s

The unemployment rate for the entire year of 2017 was 4.2 percent, compared to 4.8 percent in 2016.

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