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Search and rescue crews pulled the last three bodies from the wreckage of a collapsed underground parking lot being built in Tel Aviv.
How could it have happened? Apparently, the owner decided to add a garden on top and like many of us, figured that "a garden doesn't weigh much" without properly checking engineering ramifications.
Regavim said in a statement that the action sent "a clear message that if you are about to break the law, you will be stopped."
The State Dept. announcement completely ignores the Israeli government's effort on behalf of Israeli Arabs in Jerusalem
The European Union is again castigating Israel over a simple city housing project.
"At the Israel Postal Company, for instance, some 69 percent of the complaints were found to be justified."
Pres. Erdogan says Turkey will mend ties with Israel if Jerusalem agrees to allow Ankara to repair water, energy and infrastructure in Gaza.
Rav Bezalel Rudinsky, Rosh Yeshiva of Ohr Reuven and Darchei Noam of Monsey, has joined the American-style community in Ramat Givat Zeev.
To get an idea of the sheer ambition of the new project: currently there are about 300 families living in Harish, and the plan calls for more than 50,000 residents there by 2020.
Residents of Hai Taieb Street objected to the plans that would change the character of their street and overwhelm the infrastructure.
Slowly but surely, the truth wins, which is why Obama is losing.
The United States has -- again -- expressed its strong disapproval over the latest plans to build badly-needed housing in Jerusalem.
Aides to US President Barack Obama expressed displeasure today over not being informed of plans to assemble tens of thousands of makeshift residential structures over the last week in Jewish communities in areas both Israel and the Palestinians claim.
PM Netanyahu slams Peace Now attempt at sabotaging his meeting with US Pres. Obama, using recycled Jerusalem housing approval.
Israeli police revealed on September 30 that they are now investigating the possibility that a fellow Arab worker may have cut the cable that held Arami as he was doing exterior work on a building.