Israel’s adversaries led efforts to thwart the representative’s election. . . Canada, the United States and others led efforts to ensure a fair and unbiased process in the Committee.
"The high speed and precision will help biologists to follow dynamic processes in short time scales, while determining cell profile with nano-precision will help in diagnosing diseases such as cancer at early stages."
PM Netanyahu vowed in an address to establish a parliamentary committee to investigate NGOs "that operate against Israeli soldiers."
"It's time to tell the truth . . . At the moment there is no budget, and there is much that yet remains to be accomplished during the course of 2018.”
An AP news report suggested that the man who sold the land to these unsuspecting Jews in the late 1990s, Abd Allatif Hassan Sumarin, had been dead since 1961.
The major indices on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) traded almost unchanged Tuesday with the TA-35 moving 0.03 percent and the TA-125 edging up 0.21 percent.
IAI's Joseph Weiss admitted the story, which apparently began two years ago, is odd. He also claimed not to know why he is banned.
Israeli aircraft appeared only after Egyptian Air Force pilots completed their own missions in northern Sinai against Islamic State terrorist forces near Rafah and Sheikh Zuweid.
Israel "will not conduct diplomatic negotiations with a Palestinian Authority government that relies on Hamas, a terrorist organization that calls for the destruction of Israel.”
Some frank exchanges were reported about Shoigu's meetings with PM Netanyahu and Minister Liberman, and they were all about the Iranian threat to Middle east peace.
Netanyahu also said that Iran would have an arsenal of nuclear weapons within 8-10 years if the nuclear deal is not changed.
Should Kurz form a right-wing coalition with the Freedom Party, Austria would join Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Poland’s Law and Justice government in pursuing tough policies on borders, refugees and migration.
“We will not allow the transfer of advanced weaponry by Iran through Syria to Lebanon."
Austria's Chancellor-elect said he is interested in “developing the friendship and links” with Israel, and is happy to visit soon.
The Arab municipality of Hebron plans to challenge the project in Israel’s Supreme Court.
“The fact that an Israeli doctor was elected to the most prestigious role in the world of medicine . . . is very very significant."
The phenomenon of "Intermediary Days of Construction" is common in the Arab sector, which takes advantage of the fact that building inspectors leave are on vacation during the three-week of Jewish festivals.
The quota committee of the Ministry of the Economy and Industry is embarking on this new competitive process for the import of chilled, duty-free meat for 2018.
This process introduces an intriguing outcome whereby, should the bill become a law, Netanyahu may want to call new elections to benefit from the new shield provision of the new legislation.
“There’s the nuclear threat of a deal that will lead to a nuclear Iran, and also an aggressive Iran that is spreading terror throughout this region."
Dignitaries from around the world, senior UN officials, ambassadors and leaders from the pro-Israel community will join Israel’s Mission to the UN at the event.
"It is absolutely clear, if we examine this agreement, that if nothing changes, Iran will have an arsenal of nuclear weapons within a few years."
He called Bennett's idea of severing all contacts with the PA and canceling all agreements reached with it an "election slogan."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed Trump's Friday speech, saying: "I congratulate President Trump for his courageous decision today. He boldly confronted Iran's terrorist regime."
Sooner or later, this shiny package of a reconciliation is bound to fall apart, since it makes no sense.