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With just 21,500 square feet of floor space, it will focus on kitchens.
"The victory of the Palestinian people has not meant being able to establish a government in Tel Aviv ..."
Amos Oz was genetically incapable of striving for peace – with fellow Jews who challenged his views. With Arabs and folks who worshiped him he got along just fine.
Earlier this month, Israeli-born Shai Weiss was named as Virgin Atlantic's new CEO.
The Liberal Party's former leader, Malcolm Turnbull, warned against the move after having met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
The pilots realized something was wrong at 20,000 feet, when the computer recommended an altitude of 38,000 feet rather than the usual 34,000 feet.
The airline will fly to Tel Aviv twice a week.
"El Al does not take note of its customers' affiliation to any sector, gender or nationality."
Observant Jewish passengers, as well as several journalists, said the report was a lie.
Netanyahu is expected to relinquish the foreign affairs portfolio and appoint a new foreign affairs minister, while retaining the defense portfolio for himself.
The full list of winners and losers for your reading pleasure.
About 11,000 polling stations have been deployed throughout Israel and more than six million citizens will be able to exercise their right to vote. The...
He uses Israel as an example of a well run, modern state, free from the insanity of Western liberalism.
The opportunity to raise condemnations of Israel did not escape the Arab propaganda machine, both in Gaza and Ramallah.
A sapper, a police officer and a traffic patrolman who had been chasing him are seen in the video as they shoot five bullets at the fleeing criminal to try to stop him.
Meanwhile, Aliyah figures from the UK rose by 7% – to a whopping 371.
Should it make the move, Australia would be joining the US, Paraguay, Honduras and Guatemala.
If you view freedom as driving on Shabbat while devouring a ham sandwich on a date with a gentile to purchase a Christmas tree – this is the index for you.
In 1946, German-born Bracha Fuld was the first female Jewish fighter killed in clashes with the soldiers of the British government, in Tel Aviv.
At least 20,000 tourists are expected to arrive in Tel Aviv for the song contest, with an estimated NIS 100 million in direct revenue gained as a result.