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The Gush Etzion Department of Tourism stated it was a record number of visitors. Oh particular interest was Haritun Cave near Mount Herodion. Davidi Pearl, head of the Gush Etzion Regional Council stated, "it is remarkable how consistently during
Eva Illouz in Haaretz by Rabbi John Rosove 46 minutes ago Is It Possible to be a Jewish Intellectual? Sociology Professor Eva Illouz of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem that was published this week in Haaretz , Israel's equivalent of The New York
Haniyeh said, during a news conference through his round at Hamad City, on Wednesday, "The implementation of these projects which transferred the previous Israeli occupation settlements to green yields is a message of Palestinians to the world that
has renamed Prolor Biotech, which it acquired for $480 million a year ago, as Opko Biologics, and will use it to pursue R&D and to seek new investment opportunities in Israel. Prolor president Shai Novick will hold the same position at Opko Biologics.
If you've ever flown out of Israel on one of El Al's Boeing 777s, you'll soon be able to claim that you've had the same experience as Pope Francis though your flight probably didn't have the Vatican logo on it, and if you flew economy class, you can
The British Foreign Office on Tuesday condemned the attack in the West Bank and expressed concern about death at Aida refugee camp in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. "We unreservedly condemn the appalling attack in the West Bank yesterday that
Woodside, Tax Authority on verge of deal The tender will be closed on August 21, by which time the bidders must have financial closing for developing the Leviathan project and building a pipeline to Cyprus, and obtaining all regulatory permits...
Image Radio Bethlehem 2000 Mohammad Awad, spokesperson of the Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlements in Beit Ummar, said the army invaded the town and kidnapped Ahmad Khalil Abu Hashem, 47, secretary of the committee, his son, Mohammad,
Efforts to renew negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians resuming today, after the Passover holiday, despite Monday's murder by a gunman of Chief Superintendent Baurch Mizrahi, senior police intelligence and crime officer, outside Hebron.
AFP State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki says parties are attempting to find 'path to extend negotiations past April 29.' Reuters Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will meet on Wednesday to try to extend peace talks beyond an April 29 deadline,