No Turkish Delight for Israeli Energy

Turkey is not going to be signing any deals for Israeli natural gas exports any time soon, says Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz.

Wind Power Blocked

Wind power is also facing difficulties taking off in Israel, this time because of regulators and other interest groups, and not environmentalists.

Jerusalem Says ‘No’ to Oil Shale Pilot – Is There A Future Elsewhere in...

Israel is still debating whether to dip into its Middle Eastern treasure chest for the oil shale that lies beneath the holy land.

Israel is Energy Exporter in $15b Gas Deal to Jordan

Israel became an energy producer for the first time today, after closing a deal to export natural gas from Leviathan gas field to Jordan.

Israel’s Economy: Stunned But Still Strong

The recent war in Gaza is not expected to inflict any lasting damage on economic performance.

Gasoline Prices Dropped at Midnight

The price of self-service 95 octane gasoline in Israel dropped by a tiny bit -- one agora per liter -- at midnight on Sunday.

Zara Fashion Botches “Toddler T” Style with Holocaust Imagery

The Zara clothing firm fell ‘fashion flat’ with a toddler tee allegedly a “sheriff’s shirt” in Israel - bearing a yellow, 6-pointed star.

Summer of War: The Cost of the Conflict on Israel

The nearly two-month-long conflict with Hamas that has taken an economic toll on Israel. The hardest-hit from the ongoing war are the businesses in the south of the country.

#BlockTheBoat Fails to Stop ZIM Unloading in Tacoma

BDS is attempting a new form of economic terrorism, except that it hurts American workers, and not Israel. American workers don't like that.

Irish Jews Brace for Galloway Visit

The Jewish community in Belfast, Northern Ireland is bracing for violent backlash as the city prepares for an appearance by radical British MP George...

Breaking News: #BlocktheBoat #EpicFail as ZIM Unloads

Longshoremen pulled a fast on anti-Israel picketers and are unloading the Zim ship that was blocked from unloading last week.

Israelis Flood Local Market for Top-Class Poultry Rejected by European Union Boycott

Chickens banned from sales in anti-Semitic European venues are finding more appreciative consumers in Israel instead.

George Soros Betting Big Time On US Stocks Crashing

Soros is basically about short selling, betting on the market to take a dive.

Max Levchin Looking To Repeat Paypal Success With Affirm

PayPal co-founder Max Levchin netted a reported $34 million when his brainchild was sold to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. Ever since that day, the sometimes weird whiz kid Levchin, now 39, has been trying to do it again.

Anti-Israel BDS Protesters Target Kedem Cosmetics in Manchester

Anti-Israel protesters in Manchester, England target Kedem Cosmetics for carrying Dead Sea products.

Tanin and Karish Gas Fields Declared “Proven Discoveries”

Now, Noble Energy and Delek can sell the offshore fields and avoid being labeled a cartel.

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.

Jordan’s Arab Bank Goes on Trial in NY for Terror Financing

Jordan's Arab Bank goes on trial Monday in NY for facilitating money transfers from terror entities to Hamas members abroad.

Starbucks: We Don’t Provide Financial Support to Israel

Starbucks issued a statement saying the company and its CEO do not provide any financial support to Israel or its army.

George Soros Dumps SodaStream

The timing of the move, giving the raging conflict between Israel an Gazans, led to speculation by Pro-Palestinian news agencies that Soros, either through pressure of conviction, was divesting from SodaStream for political reasons.

The Battle for Jewish Jerusalem

There's a battle going on for Jerusalem's soul, and Cinema City proves you don't need to compromise on Shabbat or Kashrut to be a success.

Rami Levy Quietly Helping Families of the Fallen

Without fanfare, supermarket magnate Rami Levy has been quietly unloading truckloads of food and basics at the homes of all the fallen soldiers...

Report: FAA Backed Down After Israeli Threat to Ramp Up

Israel threatened to go disproportional on Gaza, if the FAA ban on US flights to Israel wasn't rescinded.

Emergency Measures to Assist Residents of South

Finance, Economy ministries team up to support Israeli businesses struggling under weight of non-stop rocket fire.

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