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“I will reiterate our determination to defend ourselves by ourselves - without any restrictions - against any threat.”
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.
Ben Gurion International Airport is considered a prime military target.
It's worth noting that Delta has a "Sky Team" partnership with 'Saudia' and also flies routes to Saudi Arabia, which bars Jews.
Next year the Transportation Ministry says at least 23 million passengers are expected to stream through Ben Gurion International Airport.
"There have been many meetings and discussions on this issue," the US official responded. "It is ongoing."
Construction of the Shelby White and Leon Levy Lod Mosaic Archaeological Center is underway to display world-class archaeological finds inside a modern complex.
"True friendship is measured in moments of crisis ... we have a friendship in times of routine but we also have a friendship in time of emergency and it is perhaps the most important."
"We look forward to showing you our country, an island of stability and prosperity in a tumultuous region."
The new, high-speed railway has been criticized by the political left and the Palestinian Authority for passing through about 4 miles of Judea and Samaria, most of it through tunnels.
Trump's visit comes on the week Israel is celebrating 50 years since the liberation of Jerusalem from Jordanian occupation.
President Trump's visit to Yad Vashem will include the Center's chairman, Avner Shalev, Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, the Prime Minister and his wife Sara.
Perhaps it was the sword dance in Riyadh that forced Israel’s leadership into reconsidering its welcome at the airport.
The surprising find was discovered in excavations of the Israel Antiquities Authority before the construction of Highway 200.
Some 15,000 travelers on the 'night flights' managed to depart from Ben Gurion International Airport on time.
"President Trump and I see eye to eye on the dangers...but also on the opportunities," Netanyahu said.
Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.
Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.
Activists calling for a boycott against Israel won't be able to enter the state if a proposed law is passed in the Knesset plenum.
This is the first time Israel blocked the entry of a foreign visitor solely on the basis of their activism in the BDS movement.