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Sinking Shekel-Dollar Rate Good News for Israelis Visiting the US

How low can you get? The shekel-dollar rate sank to a 28-month low Tuesday, and a dollar now is worth only a tad more...

Sulaimani: Revolutionary Guards Ready to Disrupt Oil Exports from the Region

President Rouhani said "the Americans have claimed that they want to stop Iranian oil exports completely," adding a dare, "If you can, do it and you will see the consequences."

Permanent Court Injunction Blocks Uber Activities in Israel

Uber's Israeli problems are dwarfed by the catastrophe the company is facing around the globe these days over the hacking of 57 million Uber users worldwide.

Israel Discriminates ‘against’ PA by Charging Less for Electricity

The Israel Electric Corp. shuts off power to those who don’t pay – unless the debtor is the Palestinian Authority.

How Indispensable is Waze and WhatsApp to You?

80% of Israelis have WhatsApp, and 70% believe they can't live without the app.

Iran Central Bank Chief: Japan Importing Iran Oil Again

While issuing the "toughest ever" sanctions against Iran, the US also granted exemptions to eight countries, including India, to import Iran oil.

Amazon CEO Visits Israel as Online Giant Looks to Expand Presence

Amazon’s founder and chief executive, Jeff Bezos, secretly visited Israel as the online retailer moved forward with plans to expand its presence in Israel

Anxious Knesset Committee Urges Regulators to Take a Stand on Bitcoin

"We're leaving here worried because we've heard a kind of stutter here [from the experts]," Gafni rebuked the committee's guest experts.

Israel’s 2014 Cruise Ship Tourist Numbers Affected By… Operation Pillar of Defense

In 2014, cruise ship traffic to Israel decreased by almost two-thirds in comparison with the year before.

Knesset Committee Chairwoman: Illegal PA Arab Workers Behind Many Terror Attacks

There have not been any terrorists among PA Arabs who possess work permits during the last terror wave.

OECD Growth Projections Higher for Israel, Lower for the World

The OECD said economic growth in Israel is projected to pick up to around 3¼ per cent in 2016 and 2017.

Lithuanian Jews Dump Chief Rabbi for ‘Lies’ as Lengthy War over Fate of Ancient...

Rabbi Burstein said that a planned reconstruction of a sports palace was an “unacceptable desecration” of the Jewish cemetery where the Vilna Gaon is buried, while the Jewish community disagrees.

Israel’s Frutarom buys US Flavors Company Hagelin for $52 Million

Israel’s Frutarom flavor technology company’s appetite continues to grow with the announcement Thursday of the purchase of the American flavor company Hagelin and its...

Israel Gears Up for Post-War Economic Challenge

Israel will face a challenge getting the post-war economy back on track but the 'startup nation' is very resourceful.

Netanyahu Calms Coalition Crisis, Grabs Credit for Transport Minister’s Achievements

Taking for himself the credit that mostly belongs to the gregarious Transport Minister, Netanyahu said his Government has invested almost $9 billion in a massive expansion of highways and railways.

Israel to Buy 17 More F-35 ‘Adir’ Stealth Fighter Jets

The first two F-35 stealth fighter jets are expected to arrive in Israel next month.

16th-Century Talmud Sells for $9.3 Million at Sotheby’s

Daniel Bomberg is responsible for the first complete edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1519-1523).

American Jews Rethink Loyalty to Democratic Party Over Iran Deal

American Jews rethink their support for the Democratic party after the U.S. deal allows Iran to keep its nuclear program.

Contact Lost with Israeli Communication Satellite Amos 5

The Amos 5 was built by a Russian manufacturer, while the four earlier Amos satellites were built by Israel Aerospace Industries.

Bennett Doubles Ariel University’s Size, Adelson Pays for New Medical School

With a $20 million donation from the Adelsons, Ariel will become home to Israel's sixth medical school.

Iran Issues New Demands on the Nuclear Deal (It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over…)

Iran is demanding new concessions on the nuclear deal that everyone thought was all sealed up. Surprise!

B.Y.O.P.

"Bring you own popcorn," says Minister Naftali Bennett on his Facebook page after the Knesset bill passed the popcorn bill.

Ein Yahav Farmers Develop 1 Lb. Seedless Eggplant

Eggplant lovers who have become accustomed in the past to staying away from the large eggplant, because it has more seeds, will be able to come back and enjoy these big guys.

Study: Tel Aviv Most Expensive Middle East City

Zurich, Geneva and New York are the most expensive cities in the world, but Tel Aviv is the most expensive city in the Middle East (not including rents).

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