Israeli Startup Offers Revolutionary Facemask Using Bar-Ilan U. Technology

Sonovia’s metal-oxide infused masks have a particle filtration above 98% of 5 microns and will last over 1 year.

Hadassah Hospital in Talks with Emirates to Establish Dubai Branch

The World Bank ranked Dubai and Abu Dhabi as the 2nd and 3rd, respectively, most popular medical tourism destinations in the Middle East.

First Israeli Hi-Tech Delegation Takes Off for the Emirates

“This is not just a business opportunity, but a political opportunity for a new page between the Israeli hi-tech community and the entire Middle East."

Israeli Company Signs Deal to Transport Oil from UAE to Europe via Eilat-Ashkelon

The EAPC-MED-RED plan, which will include other countries as well, is to avoid crossing the Suez Canal and save time for Asia buyers.

Canadian Federal Court Lets Samaria Wineries Have a Say on Marketing as ‘Made in...

The judge invited the wineries to be added as a full party to the proceedings – for the first time since the beginning of the brouhaha in 2017.

President Rivlin Grants First Pardon to Debtor Unable to Pay Fines Because of the...

The pardon request came from a single mother of three children, two of whom are handicapped, who suffered domestic abuse.

Tel Aviv Launches Electric Road Pilot

The construction of an electric road to charge public transportation vehicles will make Tel Aviv-Yafo the first city worldwide to roll out the technology for charging buses on a wide scale.

First Financial MoU Signed between Israel, UEA; Top Ayatollah Frustrated

An American source told reporters accompanying the tour that an F-35 deal was not on the agenda, but did not rule out the possibility that it would come up.

Aviation Analyst: Saudi Arabia Will Permit Dubai-Ben Gurion Flights Over Its Airspace

The flight time over Saudi Arabia between Israel and the UAE will be cut substantially, to about 3 hours.

US, Israel Close to Signing Deal on Excluding China in 5G Networks

“We are in direct discussions with representatives of the American government about our shared interests, including communications infrastructure,” said Israeli Communications Minister Yoaz Hendel.

Leading Israeli Entrepreneur Warns Corona Cabinet: New Lockdown Means Mass Layoffs, Economic Collapse

Margalit is the founder of the JVP Fund, a leading venture capital fund in Israel which has invested more than $ 1.4 billion in building 140 companies.
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Israeli-Made German Drone Completes First Successful Flight over Holy Land

"Despite the various challenges we faced, including those brought by the Corona pandemic, we are on schedule. "

Bibi Doling Out 6 Billion Shekels Only to Israelis Making Under 640,000 a Year

The PM describes these grants last Thursday as a kickstarter to the ailing Israeli economy.

El Al Desperately Trying to Delay Paying $400 Million to Class Action Travelers

The lawsuit claims that the way El Al treats its customers reflects a hostile attitude whereby the company ignores their complaints and expects them to understand its plight.

Finance Minister Katz Lowering Real Estate Taxes in Bid to Restore the Market

With the financial challenges brought on by the Coronavirus crisis and Katz's restoration of reasonable tax rates, Israel is a Real Estate buyer's market once again.

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.

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.

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.

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."

Israeli Scientists Develop Self-Disinfecting Reusable Protective Face Mask

A patent was submitted in the US on March 31 and the research group is discussing commercialization with industrial companies.

Sodastream Hosts Iftar Event for 2,000 Families in Plant that Replaced BDS-Targeted Facility

Back in 2016, the SodaStream plant a couple of miles on the wrong side of the green line was forced to lay off its remaining 74 Arab workers and close down.

Gap Fibs About the Reason It Took Down ‘Camp Shirt’ that Looked Like, Well,...

Are the folk over at the Gap catalog clueless about the events of 1939-1945?

Israel’s Open Markets Are Coming Back and They’re Spectacular

Olivier Fitoussi went to Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda market to check out the preparations for working in the era of the coronavirus pandemic.

Crowdfunding Outfit Raises $12 Million for Promising Israeli Covid-19 Vaccine

“We feel that the vaccine has already shown high safety and efficiency in animal models and we believe the approach we are taking is safer with a higher likelihood of achieving a meaningful immune response.”

Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are A Changing’ on Auction for $2.2 Million

Dylan's handwritten lyrics were acquired from a collector who bought them from the singer's manager years ago.

Israel Flies In 1 Million Portuguese Eggs to Alleviate Pre-Holiday Shortage

"Demand is higher than on any other Passover I remember, and the amount of eggs we marketed in the last month is significantly higher than our normal market share."

How the CARES Stimulus Act Can Financially Help You and Your Business

Watch (and read) an important webinar titled Navigating Regulatory Changes, covering the latest “CARES” stimulus act as well as other relief initiatives and how they affect you, your business or organization.

UJA Giving Another $11 Million to Remedy Coronavirus Damage

Monday's announcement of additional funding came after UJA had pledged more than $23 million in immediate aid last week.

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