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Jewish Tourism Minister: Normalizing Ties with Israel ‘Sensitive Matter’

Needless to say, Trabelsi was attacked on Tunisian social media for the very fact of giving an interview to Israeli TV.

Israel Still Having Lots of Weather

The coming days will see floods in riverbeds and possibly snow in the mountain peaks in different areas.
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Zionist Group Asking Ambassador Friedman to Help Make Solomon’s Pools Accessible to Israelis

"Unfortunately, the site is located in an area under Palestinian control, which is why access to it is not free, as required from tourist, archaeology and tradition sites."

Israeli, Polish, Interest in Visiting Auschwitz Down 20%

Numerous groups of organized youth explored the camps' history as part of study visits in 2018.

Ten Dolphins Visited Eilat Then Crossed Over to Egypt Without Incident

The false killer whale has been known to approach and offer fish it has caught to humans diving or boating.

Netanyahu, Chilean Pres. Pinera Meet in Brazil

Netanyahu told the Chilean president that he welcomes the opening of a direct route from Santiago to Israel.

Tourism For 2018 Tops Records With Four Million Visitors

40% of tourists who arrived in Israel this year are returning tourists who have already visited Israel – proof that Israel is a desirable destination in the world.

Sharks Sylvie and Judy Are Back at Hadera Power Plant, Acoustic Tags and All

"We presume that the return of the sharks to Hadera's hot water in the winter was connected to the sharks' breeding cycle which lasts about two years."

El Al to Launch Direct Flights from Las Vegas to Israel

“In recent years, Las Vegas has become attractive for the Israeli leisure travelers and among the business sector due to the many conferences and exhibitions held in the city,” said El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin.

Report: Virgin Airlines to Transport Eurovision Fans from UK, Launch Israel Route

Earlier this month, Israeli-born Shai Weiss was named as Virgin Atlantic's new CEO.

Archaeological Exhibition in Druze Village Tells Story of 6,500 Year Old Burial Cave

The Peki'in exhibition displays ritual objects, flint tools, beads, and stone coffins reflecting the burial customs of the people who inhabited the country 6,500 years ago, their beliefs and their spiritual lives.

Israeli Park Rangers Rescue Storm-Beached Female Turtle

"I ran fast over there, despite the sandstorm and the rain on the beach, and when I got to her, I thought she was dead."
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Watch: Storms and Floods in Israel

According to Israel's meteorological service forecast, the weather will continue to be stormy, and until Saturday afternoon there is fear of flooding in the eastern streams.

Israeli Minister Asking 5 US Governors to Sanction Airbnb

"I ask you to speak out against the Airbnb decision, and take any other relevant step, including measures relating to the commercial relations between the company and your state and state employees."

El Al Airlines Being Sued by Passengers Over ‘Horror Flight’

The plane departed NYC hours later than planned and then was forced to land in Athens to avoid desecrating the Sabbath.

El Al to Launch Investigation Into ‘Horror Flight LY 002’

"The committee will present its results and recommendations soon and afterwards, I will make decisions on the topic."

LY 002 Passengers Claim: Pilot and El Al Lied about Erev Shabbat Flight

"In order to get them to sit down, the pilot announced that we were returning to the gate and to please sit. He then drove and took off ... Lies."

El Al Flight #LY008 Skips Rome, Races Home to Israel

The decision was reached in consultation with El Al's medical officer and rabbi, and together with the permission of Israel's Chief Sephardic Rabbi.

Thousands Flocking to Hebron for Shabbat Chayei Sarah

The atmosphere of Shabbat Hebron is festive and suffused with a sense of purpose.
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Israeli Sports Minister Miri Regev Visits Mosque in United Arab Emirates

Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev was invited by an official representative of United Arab Emirates to an official visit at the Sheikh Zayed...

Watch: Southern Rivers Overflowing as Israeli Winter Starts in Earnest

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Thursday issued flood warning and safety rules in light of the weather forecast which predicts floods in the country's southern and eastern rivers.

Landing Patterns at Ben Gurion Airport Changed Due to Security

There has been no change in flight schedules and no significant delays are expected.

First-Ever International Tourism Security Summit Kicks Off In Jerusalem

Security is the “elephant in the room” for the tourism sector.

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