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How Did ‘Syria Palaestina’ Come Back to Life 1,800 Years Later?

When JTA repeated the term Syrian Palestinian, it gave its approval to a regime of repression against an entire underclass of Syrian residents forever prevented by government fiat from attaining normalcy.

Large-Scale War Drill Set for Haifa’s Rambam Hospital

One of the main components of the exercise will be the transfer of the hospital to Rambam’s underground facility.

Haifa U. Gets $10 Million from Jewish-American Philanthropist to Build Downtown Campus

The new campus will amplify University of Haifa’s work to rejuvenate its city and region through establishing new infrastructure.

Frutarom Industries Acquired for $7.1B, Second-Largest Takover of Israeli Firm

Frutarom is focused primarily on natural products, one of the fastest-growing sectors in the personal care and food industries.

German Jews Set ‘Wear a Kippah’ Protest Over Anti-Semitic Whipping Attack in Berlin

“If you can’t make it to Erfurt (or Berlin), then wear a kippah wherever you happen to be at that time.”

Israel Installs Tsunami, Earthquake Early Warning Systems

Early warning systems for tsunamis are also crucial in order to protect power stations in Tel Aviv and Ashkelon, and desalination plants, that could be damaged.

Western Wall Prayers Answered, Rain & Snow Begin for Real

Readers who need an infusion of faith are invited to hop a plane and head for the Western Wall.

Wild Animals Entering Israeli Cities, North and South

Gardeners and tour guides are taking care to notice whether there are wild animals around their area.

Northern Israel Flooded: 60mm in a Few Hours

As soon as Israeli Jews began asking for rain in the Amidah prayer on Friday, it started raining.

Israeli League Finalist Maccabi Haifa to Embark on 3-Team NBA Tour

The Greens rank second all-time among international basketball teams in games played against NBA opponents.

Haifa Seaport Renewal to ‘Rival Barcelona’

"This will turn Haifa into an international port on the level of Barcelona.”

5 Global Industry Leaders to Operate Israeli Innovation Incubator Labs

Renault-Nissan Alliance, Merck-Flex, Enel-Shikun & Binui, Ham-Let and Frutarom will operate the Israel Innovation Authority Labs.

World’s Oldest Man, Yisrael Kristal z’l, Passes at 113

Mr. Kristal made sweets to thank the Russians who liberated him from the death camp, and later opened a candy shop in Haifa.

IAF Pilot Killed in Helicopter Crash

The pilot reported a technical malfunction before the crash.

Haifa Chemicals Employees Protest Layoffs

The giant ammonia tank was deemed a major health, environmental and security hazard for years.

First Israeli Environmental Study Satellite Launched from French Guiana

The VENµS satellite has a scientific and a technological mission, with the scientific mission requirements defined by Centre d'Etudes Spatiales de la BIOsphère, in France, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in Israel, and CNES; and the technological mission requirement defined by Rafael.

Israeli Boxing Champion Saves 5 Lives with Donated Body Parts

He could have chosen the easy service offered to an outstanding athlete. He preferred, instead, to serve as a combat soldier in the Sayeret Egoz special forces unit.

Blinded By Suicide Bomber, Israeli Victim Relates Experience to UN Security Council

The family of the terrorist from Maxim's restaurant has earned tens of thousands of dollars in payments for her crime.

Netanyahu, Modi Frolic in the Sun, Sand and Fresh Water

"Those countries that excel in innovation will lead the world. We are making a partnership here, a real one, to excel in innovation for both our peoples and for the entire world.”

The Regavim Plan for Restoring Order in the Negev

Regavim seeks to safeguard Israel's national lands, restore law and order to the Negev, and give the Bedouin community hope for a brighter tomorrow.

The Sailor’s Life for Me

Prime Minister Netanyahu and his wife Sara, accompanied by US Ambassador David Friedman, visited the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush and addressed the crew.

A First: Israeli Consul Invites Banglore Muslims to Iftar Celebration

Imam Ilyasi told the participants that his visit to Israel had helped clear many of his misconceptions about the treatment of Muslims in the predominantly Jewish country.

US Aircraft Carrier to Dock in Haifa

Haifa served as a base for the U.S. Sixth Fleet during the 1980s and 90s, but the Pentagon ended that in 2000 when the second intifada erupted.

Digital Rights Groups Fight Back Against Biometric Campaign

The idea to create a biometric database of every Israeli citizen has been controversial from the start.

Ayoub Kara Appointed Minister of Communications

PM Netanyahu will be handing over this closely guarded ministry to Ayoub Kara.

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