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Landing Patterns at Ben Gurion Airport Changed Due to Security

There has been no change in flight schedules and no significant delays are expected.

First-Ever International Tourism Security Summit Kicks Off In Jerusalem

Security is the “elephant in the room” for the tourism sector.

Israeli Tourism Figures Continue to Surge

Some 3.1 million tourists visited Israel between January and September.
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The Bibi Syndrome: Iranians Take Selfies with Exposed Nuclear Facility

Iranians who had watched his speech have been flocking to the site in the Iranian capital, to take selfies.

A First: Sukkah at UK Foreign Office in London

The sukkah was erected by a group of foreign office employees from various departments and diverse backgrounds, which is dedicated to promoting religion and faith.

Haifa U to Award Honorary Doctorate to Chancellor Merkel

Throughout her years in office, Merkel strengthened the friendship between Germany and Israel.
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Singapore Shofar Blowers at Beit Guvrin National Park

Recently, the park received a facelift, with the launch of a new compound in the northern part of the park known as the City of the Bnei Horin (Heb: free people).

Iran Holding 155 Mile Ultramarathon in Hottest Spot on Earth

In 2005, the Lut Desert registered a temperature of 70.7°C, or 159.26° F.

Israel’s High-Speed Train Off to Slow Start, But Free Rides Abound Starting Next Week

"I have always believed that it is possible to link Jerusalem to the national railway network and not via the old Turkish route that I rode on as a boy and a youth."

Traveler’s Alert: Flight Delays Expected in Israel

Flight paths in the area around Cyprus are being altered, affecting the international lanes to and from Israel.

Million Dollar Scam Exposed in Sale of Flights to Uman

The two suspects, from the Haredi towns of Beitar Ilit and Beit Shemesh, are owners of the Europnim travel agency, through which they sold the allegedly forged tickets.

Slow Going with More Delays on High-Speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Railway Line

"The dream of half an hour from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem during Sukkot is over."

Jews Talk Back to Peter Beinart

Prime Minister Netanyahu has since apologized for the Israeli police brutality against the gifted American visitor, suggesting it was human error. Bibi, as Bibi does, was lying.

Bali Presents Unique Kosher Culinary Challenge, Says Chef Sara Black

"I love cooking. It's creative, artistic; I love surprising myself with new capabilities. I love feeding people."

Israeli Government Preparing for Continued Steep Rise in Tourism

The lack of manpower in housekeeping is one of the most difficult problems facing hotel operations in Israel. Turns out Israelis don't like cleaning up after visiting foreigners. Who knew?

Jerusalem Pearl Hotel to be Rebuilt

For 15 years, the once beautiful hotel has been a shuttered eyesore opposite the walls of Jerusalem.

United Airlines Launches Direct Tel Aviv-Washington Route

United operates two daily flights to Israel from Newark Airport in New Jersey, and one from San Francisco, California.

Kuwait Airlines Sued for Discrimination Against Israelis

The U.S. ordered KAC in 2015 to allow Israelis on its flights from the U.S. to London. The airline cancelled all its NY-London flights.

Six Lightly Injured on Austrian Airlines Flight to Tel Aviv

A nurse on the flight checked those who were hurt, according to Hebrew-language reports.

Wizz Air Passengers Safe After Emergency Landing at Ben Gurion Intl Airport

The pilot landed the Airbus 320 aircraft safely, and no injuries were reported.

Israel Bars 90 Turkish Tourists with Fake Visas

The Turks' purpose in the visit was to visit al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, one of the tourists said, stating: “The only dream of the group that consists of mainly young people was to see Jerusalem.”

2 New Hotels to Be Built at the Dead Sea, First in Decades

Both plots are part of an approved plan that includes a commercial center and a regional convention center.

Six Goose-Beaked Whales Spotted on Israel’s Northern Shoreline

"We saw a rare thing: the whales were in a restive state and swam in a group of six, when they are usually a reclusive species."

Israel Launching Moon Mission This December

First Israeli lunar spacecraft set to land on moon Feb. 13, 2019, making Israel fourth country to reach Earth's satellite.

Tourism Sector Continues to Set Records

2.1 million tourist entered Israel between January and June, a 19% increase over last year.

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