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It Took 36 Hours: London Modern Orthodox Shul Renovation Crowdfunding Exceeds Goal by $242K

In the last eight years, the community has experienced a revival and is currently among the fastest growing Jewish communities in the United Kingdom.

Israel’s Unemployment Below 10% in March, Benefits Will Be Cut

According to the new data, the city of Nazareth has the highest rate of job seekers in Israel – 26.7%. It is followed by Umm al-Fahm with 26.5%.

New Israir Owners Cancel Shabbat Flights

"We want to reach a situation in which there's a weekly day of rest for the pilots as well."

IAI Begins to Deliver ‘BARAK ER 150km Range Interceptor’ to Customers

The BARAK system "combines the capability to intercept airborne threats at an extended range of 150 kilometers and ballistic targets."

Bank of Israel Leaves Interest Rate Unchanged This Month

The BOI Research Department staff forecast projects that the GDP will grow by 6.3 percent in 2021.

Greece Signs $1.65 Billion Military Purchase Deal with Israel

The deal includes the establishment and operation by Elbit Systems of an international flight training center for the Hellenic Air Force, over a period of 22 years.

Elbit Video Reveals Stunning Achievements in Laser Technology

Last August, Israel's defense ministry revealed its technological breakthrough enabling the development of platforms to intercept a variety of threats.

Israeli Unemployment Level Drops in March

There was a rise, however, in the percentage of people who stopped working due to dismissal or closure of the workplace.

Jerusalem College of Technology Graduates Win Government Contract to Use Drones in Deliveries

FlyTech was founded three years ago by former IDF officers from air force UAV squadrons who became Torah-observant during their military service.

Israelis Return to the Sky: El Al Announces New Direct Route to Georgia

The new flight to Tbilisi begins April 11 from Ben Gurion International Airport.

Amazon, Google Likely to Take On Israel’s ‘Project Nimbus’

Project Nimbus is intended to enable Israel to provide services that will be transitioned to the cloud, or begin operating there from the start.

S&P Maintains Israel’s High AA- Credit Rating

Finance Minister Yisrael Katz said that the S&P rating “is an expression of confidence in the Israeli economy, and we must now stabilize the political system and promote laws and reforms that will drive the economy and growth in the economy.”

2022 and 2023 Vaccine Purchases Delayed as Israeli Health Officials Expect Biannual Vaccinations

The accountant-general of the finance ministry attacked the health ministry, accusing it of serious irregularities in purchasing vaccines without signing proper agreements.

Report: Microsoft Planning $1.5 Billion Investment in Israeli Data Center, Chip Development

Microsoft's Israeli IP's current tax rate is 6%, while other corporations pay 23%.

Bank of Israel Reports Economy Recovering Rapidly

The high-tech sector grew by 19% in 2020 and constitutes 8.8% of the total GDP.

Mezuzah is Finishing Touch on New Masterpiece Art Gallery in Dubai

The event was attended by was attended by Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mana Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum as well as the Senior Rabbi of the UAE, Rabbi Dr. Elie Abadie.

Tide and Relentless Excavation Effort Finally Help Ever Given to Float Free

But Ever Given is not floating happily upstream just yet.

Israel and Slovakia Sign Defense Export Agreement for 17 Radar Systems

The radar detects airborne threats, classifies them, calculates their threat level and provides essential data that enables systems to neutralize multiple threats simultaneously.

Popular Non-invasive Prenatal Testing for Fetal Down Syndrome May Be Halachically Approved

Interestingly, Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, who is not known as a liberal posek on many social issues, encourages a genetic examination when the doctors recommend it.

Iranians Indicted for Conspiracy to Hide $300 Million from US Sanctions

But unless Iran will be willing to extradite its agents, all those nice laws and the will to enforce them won't yield anything.

Israel to Pre-Purchase $210 Million in Tickets to Save El Al

The down payment transaction came to life after the failure of a year-long negotiation between El Al and Bank Leumi and Bank Discount for a $300 million.

MK Nir Barkat First Billionaire in Knesset History following $10 Billion IPO – Despite...

Like the online trading platform Robinhood Markets, eToro has also enjoyed a strong growth spurt over the past year.

Bezeq Announces New Fiber Optic Service for Superfast Internet

Bezeq expects to connect households everywhere in the country, “including in Judea and Samaria, in every settlement."

Health Minister Edelstein: Opening Israel’s Sky Now Would Kill Vaccination Miracle

"Had we listened to these voices, we would not have had about 6,000 dead, but about 16,000."

President Biden’s Message to Wounded Nation: Vaccination and Economic Recovery

He offered a way out of the mess, in detail, and without lying. Well, almost without lying.

UAE Announces $10 Billion Fund for Investments in Israel

"This initiative is an integral part of the historic peace accord signed by the UAE and Israel with the United States’ support."

UAE, Israel Discuss Establishing Quarantine-Free Travel Corridor

Foreign Ministries of the two nations are negotiating terms of the agreement with the aim of finalizing and implementing the agreement in April 2021.

Stimulus Checks, $1.9T COVID Relief Bill on the Way to Biden for Signature

The president said he plans to sign the bill into law this Friday.

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