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It's going to be a packed Wednesday night for moon-loving earthlings of every persuasion, including the atheists among us – our silvery satellite will have something for everyone, for the first time since 1866.
"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."
Historically, the moth has been found mainly in Africa, but in recent years has caused increasing damage in Israel as well.
Israel-India relations in the field of arms sales date back many years, with Israel being the second largest exporter of arms to India (behind Russia and ahead of the US), and India being the largest arms importer in the world.
Hundreds of guests and employees rushed outside as a gunman opened fire at guests on the second floor.
Turkish security officials foiled massive terror attacks in a raid that netted suicide bombing belts, detonators and weapons.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon took 14 of his ambassadorial colleagues on a tour of the Western Wall tunnels.
The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
Over 20 religious leaders from east Asia arrived in Israel Monday for a four-day summit in Jerusalem.
East Asia-Japan, China, Vietnam- is a very promising new market for Israeli food products
Elbit Systems Ltd. has announced the firm has won two lucrative contracts, one in Israel and one in Asia.
Weinstein decided there will be soccer league games in Israel this Shabbat, despite a ruling by Labor Court Judge Ariela Glitzr Katz to the contrary.
Yishai discusses the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up. It takes guts to overcome the anti-Israel bias and to fly in to perform in Israel. But that is exactly what some performers are doing, like pop superstar Mariah Carey, who performed in front of 12,000 fans at Rishon LeZions’s Live Park Amphitheater. Elie Pieprz, Founder of the International Division of the Counsel of Judea & Samaria and VOI’s Knesset Insider Jeremy Saltan join Yishai to discuss the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up.
China seems intent on trying to stamp out Islam in Xinjiang with a ban on Ramadan fasting.
In the lead-up to Jerusalem Day, Yishai hosts three relevant guests: one American, another Israeli and a third Palestinian. Listen in and get inspired!
Volunteers at Chabad of Kathmandu are working to distribute waterproof tents to earthquake victims in Nepal ahead of moonsoon season.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Tamir Druz, director of Capra Energy Group, an independent energy consulting firm advising different governments, among them Israel's, to answer some key questions. Is natural gas the fuel of choice and why? What about pollution? Is the air in Israel's third largest city, Haifa, really harmful? And why do gas prices keep fluctuating? Then, Yishai is joined via phone by Arjun, a Nepalese national, who describes the situation on the ground in Kathmandu following the earthquake. Finally, Yishai is joined in-studio by Eugene Kontorovich, law professor at Northwestern University and senior fellow at the Kohelet Policy Forum, to discuss how the narrative of Israel's birth has an impact on its future.
The PA and leftists lost twice in US courts, which threw out suits for libel and a claim against settlers' "terrorist attacks."
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