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Iron Dome anti-missile batteries are designed to intercept short-range rockets and missiles.
“This is a special day and an historic milestone as we break the 3-million-tourist barrier and set a new all-time record," Minister Levin said.
According to Globes, Black Cube’s primary field of operation is intimidating victims of harassment on behalf of the prominent individuals who harassed them.
"If some moron fell asleep during his shift and pressed the button by mistake -- I'll kill him!"
Doueiri, who is on the record as opposing boycotting Israel, has been arrested in September 2017 in Beirut.
The man claims the items belong to his friend.
"The appropriate punishment is the death sentence and the expulsion of their families.”
Alibaba Launching $15 Billion Cutting-edge Technology Programs in Israel, China, US, Russia, Singapore
The Chinese e-commerce company is currently looking to recruit 100 talented researchers from around the world.
From LA to London, Melbourne to Moscow, Tel Aviv to Tokyo, and now Mozambique, Cyprus, Togo, Paraguay and Venezuela, Jewish communities around the world will take a collective deep breath and enjoy 25 hours of Shabbat — together.
Genome editing technology involves targeted modifications in a cell’s DNA in order to develop a potentially safer and healthier product.
The separation between the consulate and the embassy used to provoke serious disagreements between the teams at the two missions.
Eventually, Regavim submitted a complaint to the Supreme Court, and a temporary injunction to halt construction at the site was issued.
An in-depth, 50-page research report issued by the Hotam organization examines the connections, activities and sources of funding of the Free Israel movement, founded...
Visa, Barclays, Amazon, Renault and Bosch have joined more than 70 international R&D centers in Tel Aviv, a city where one out of every 10 jobs is in the high-tech sector.
'Nothing new under the sun'.
"It's amazing to see how the rights organizations are concerned only with the side that endangers Israel."
Despite the efforts of Mayor Huldai to present the visiting PM with a clean and "normal" neighborhood, it was obvious Netanyahu was grasping the difficult situation of the South Tel Aviv neighborhoods and the very real hardships faced by the residents every day.
On Monday O'Brien toured around the holy city of Jerusalem. He is also expected to visit Bethlehem during his week-long stay.
Conan, an Irish Catholic, said he was looking forward to visiting the ancient sites in Israel, and said he would travel to Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
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.