Thousands of Small Business Owners in Rabin Square Protest Failed Economic Policy

Attempts by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to prevent the rally – by meeting with some independent representatives on Friday afternoon – did not succeed.

Israel Has Oil (Shale) Deposits Similar to Saudi Arabia, Knesset Learns

Oil shale in Israel is widespread covering approximately 15% of its territory, but is an undeveloped resource, largely because of economic and technological constraints.

Israel Nationalizes El Al – 17 Years After Privatization

The deal is conditioned on El Al signing collective bargaining agreements with its employees that reflect efficiency measures required by the Finance Ministry.

OECD Online Conference in Jerusalem: Israeli Innovation, Technology Double Other Nations

Israel has a “very strong foundation” for future development, OECD deputy secretary general tells online conference.

Mobile Phone Plan Unveiled by Israel Postal Service

Israelis will be able to switch to the new plan by going to the post office to register and pay a one-time fee.

El Al Grounds All Aircraft Due to Labor Dispute

El Al is still negotiating with the government to receive aid in order to keep the airline alive.

Report: US Envoy’s Herzliya Residence Up for Sale at Record $87 Million

U.S. Embassy confirms the property has been put on the market, saying it was decided to do so following the transfer of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.

Delta Airlines Loses 10 Employees to COVID-19

Delta Airlines employs a total of 90,000 workers worldwide.

IMF Chief: Lebanon Going Down Fast with No Adults in Charge

The reason for refraining from doing reforms is that they touch the clientelism and nepotism widespread throughout the Lebanese political system.

Court Again Rules that Israeli Purchase of Greek Orthodox Church Property in Jerusalem is...

After a 16-year-long battle, the court on Wednesday ruled again that the Greek Orthodox Church must honor a 99-year lease of three church properties it signed with the Ateret Cohanim organization in 2004.

Israeli Defense Ministry, Aerospace Industries Develop First 3D-Printed UAV

The UAV, dubbed “SkysPrinter,” is a small system designed to take part in combat operations.

Abeles & Heymann Hot Dogs Now Available at Trader Joe’s

Now you can get your Glatt Kosher Abeles & Heymann hot dogs all over the country.

Israeli Defense Exports Reached $7.2 Billion in 2019, Growth Expected to Slow

Most sales (41 percent) went to the Asia Pacific region, with 26 percent to Europe, 25 percent to North America, and 4 percent to Africa and South America.

Israeli Cabinet Approves Entry of Hundreds of Jordanian Workers for Eilat Hotels

“Bringing workers is a necessary step to opening the tourism season in Eilat and returning the residents to the labor market."

El Al Extends Israel Passenger Service Suspension Until July 31

The current service suspension was scheduled to end on June 30.

Israel to Open Skies to Visitors from Greece, Cyprus

“We are talking here about a target date of 1 August for opening the skies to the destinations of Greece and Cyprus.”

Israel to Supply Iron Dome Batteries to United States Army

According to the report, the contract was awarded by the US Army for its interim cruise missile defense capability.

Israeli Hospitals Facing Economic Collapse as 2nd Wave of Coronavirus Erupts

At present, the increase in infections has not caused an increase in the number of seriously ill patients, patients on artificial ventilators, or even the number of hospitalized patients.

Israel’s Finance Ministry Approves Cellcom-Golan Merger

Israeli telecommunications company Cellcom signed a deal in 2015 to acquire competitor Golan Telecom for NIS 1.17 billion.

New Measures, Tax Cuts Aim to ‘Propel’ Israeli Economy, ‘Get the Wheels Moving

Israel announces permanent cuts in customs duties and purchase tax, as well as an extension of unemployment benefits, to spur growth in the wake of coronavirus lockdowns.

Risking Clash with Pompeo, GOP to Propose Uncompromising Sanctions Against Iran

The RSC is likely to face pushback from Mike Pompeo's State Department on calling for the cancellation of one sanctions waiver.

Israel Ready to Nationalize El Al with Potential $150 Million Investment

The Finance Ministry demands a salary reduction across the board of El Al's management and Board of Directors, as well as taking away their privileges such as free flights in Business and First Class.

European Rabbis Providing Tefillin to Needy Jews in Project Funded by Rami Levi

The Center for European Rabbis announced the campaign in memory of their friend Rabbi Benjamin Wolff, rabbi of Hanover, Germany, who died of complications COVID-19.

Israel Plans 80 Billion Shekel Investment to Increase Solar Energy Use

Ultimately, more than 80 percent of the country's electricity would be provided for by solar power according to the plan

National Instruments to Acquire Israeli OptimalPlus for $365 Million

OptimalPlus had 2019 revenue of $51 million and employs approximately 240 employees.

Report: Under DM Bennett Israel Continued to Sponsor PA Terrorists’ Salaries

DM Naftali Bennett, now a member of the opposition in the Knesset, who failed to submit a report on the PA salaries at the beginning of 2020.

Jerusalem Hopes ‘Silicon Wadi’ will Create 10,000 Arab-Sector Jobs

Mayor Moshe Lion heralds “true revolution” for eastern Jerusalem.

Survey of 414 Israeli Hi Tech Companies Reveals Startup Nation in Trouble

“The results of the survey show that many early-stage technology companies are facing bankruptcy, and the industry is not receiving sufficient assistance from the Israeli government."

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