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The Israel Airports Authority has announced that the flights will take place as usual over the weekend. A strike had been planned from 5 p.m Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday.
"The finance minister promised to intervene immediately and personally on the matter," a source told Ma'ariv.
The threats of the strike came in protest against the collection of property taxes from the Authority.
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