The Waze Delivery company, located in the nearby Israeli Arab town of Baka al-Gharbiyye, immediately fired the man.
Bloch: “It was very unpleasant, but we cannot allow such behavior to affect us.”
Kahlon, now 77, was recently served with an eviction notice by Israel’s Environmental Protection Ministry.
In September, a large sinkhole appeared on the Ayalon Highway's Hashalom Interchange exit in Tel Aviv, leading to closure of the highway for several days.
Mazel Tov to the happy couple.
The new Gagon shelter provides psychosocial and material support to those who are on the streets, including members of street gangs.
The line-up will include Quarter to Africa, Bini Landau, Lea Shabat, Shakoof, Aharit Hayamim, Nachat Ruach, David Lifshitz, Shuli Rand, and many more.
The station is in legal proceedings in the absence of a license and required permits from two ministries and the Fire and Rescue Service.
The event had an eerie similarity to the June 24, 2021 collapse of the 12-story Champlain Towers South condo in Surfside, where 98 people died.
"I cannot allow further damage to the city by those who have authority but have no responsibility."
The "Jesse Cohen" neighborhood will become the "Kiryat Binyamin Netanyahu" neighborhood if all goes well.
"Without culture, we don't have a nation, a country, nor humanity. . .If the younger generation does not engage in the arts, we are facing short and long term threats."
The suspects stopped next to two young Jews who were walking along the Menachem Begin bypass road. . . and tried to force the pair into their vehicle.
"This business in Lod will only calm down when there is a harsh and immediate response to any violence."
About two years ago a sinkhole also appeared in the middle of Ramat Gan's Jabotinsky Street, a main thoroughfare in the city.
“The police and law enforcement system must act aggressively in the face of this criminal violence. We must not be silent about this violence!”
Within 72 hours four Jewish men were attacked by young male Arabs. All the attacks took place in and around the Old City of Jerusalem.
The city today has a population of some 451,000 residents.
The cause of the fire is not clear.
When the average Israeli is asked why they pollute they reply: "Because there was no trash can." When asked why others pollute they say: "because they enjoy it."
Most, but not all, were elderly people living alone, with no one to care for them or check on their well-being – a situation exacerbated by the isolation and lockdowns that characterized 2020.
The shooter's wife, who was terminally ill, was hospitalized in critical condition at the medical center.
"We will hold hundreds of events every week to provide a livelihood for thousands, medicine for the souls of tens of thousands and hope for an entire sector."
"Organized, forward-thinking policy of this kind is in the best interests of the residents themselves."
No one was home at the time, according to local reports, and no residents were injured, although one firefighter was reported injured.
“I didn’t do anything," she said. "I have the right to walk around here. I never said I would hurt anyone. I don’t know what you want from me.”
The picturesque sites will be available for wedding ceremonies six days a week. But that's not all.
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Tel Aviv's partner cities in the US include Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Miami Dade County, Philadelphia and San Antonio.
"It's exciting to see a sign of recognition and appreciation for the organization's work, especially during this period."