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Omri Nitzan, Cameri Theater artistic director, passes away at age 71

Noam Semel, who worked alongside him at the Cameri Theater for many years, said that "35 years of professional coupledom between us passed away this morning prematurely."

Government to approve plan to combat climate change

The final goal is intended to be achieved by 2050 with a checkpoint in 2030.

Palestinian teenager killed by IDF fire

The funeral of 17-year-old Muhammad al-Tamimi took place on Saturday, N12 reported.

Anti-vaxxers protest outside PM's home in Raanana, five arrested

They were arrested after refusing to obey police orders to move to the designated protest spot.

Emirati politician visits the Central Arava Regional Council

During the visit, Tzur presented the Emirati politician the area's vision for a true partnership and agricultural development based on research and exchange of information.

‘Regarding…’ art in Tel Aviv

The intriguingly entitled “Regarding…” will come to Tel Aviv in October, and will present works from a wide range of art forms.


Beersheba Theater kicks off season with eight new shows

Each show is intended to depict a different aspect of Israeli life, from service in the IDF to television to politics.


Yas Island, the entertainment experience three hours from Tel Aviv

Yas Island in Abu Dhabi offers parents and kids an amazing few days of fun, sport and shopping, with great hotels and eats. And the best thing for Israelis, it’s just three hours away.


A touch of Paris in historic Jerusalem

Israelis who want to experience the French atmosphere can head to the Waldorf to experience the luxury that you can't find anywhere else in Israel.

Conan, the U.S. military dog that participated in and was injured in the U.S. raid in Syria that kil

Woman's best friend: Attack dog to defend victim of domestic abuse

A "Michal Sela dog" - named Rich - is a defense dog, and will protect a woman and her children from their abuser, meaning they can return home and she can return to her business.

Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret.

In the mind of Etgar Keret: An interview on Tzuzamen

Join Tzipi Trope and Tzili Charney as they dive into the mind of famed Israeli short story writer Etgar Keret | Live - July 28 at 7:00 p.m. Israel time

On this day: El Al flight 426 hijacked by PFLP

July 23, 1968 was the hijacking of El Al flight 426 by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The flight was originally from Rome to Tel Aviv but diverted to Algeria.


Shaare Zedek performs life saving surgery on 4-year-old boy

The boy, Omran, was hit by a car driving over 130 kilometers an hour and as a result, developed a rare and complex spinal fracture.

Members of Israeli sports organizations form a Guard of Honor in front of command cars

Olympics: Moment of silence for Munich massacre victims for the first time

During the 1972 Olympics, 11 Israeli athletes and coaches were murdered by eight Palestinian terrorists in Munich.

A WOMAN checks out a new pistol at a gun shop in Tel Aviv in 2015

Public Security Minister Bar Lev to rethink Erdan's lax gun laws

Bar Lev is currently examining the possibility of restricting the criteria after gun permit requests rose dramatically in recent years.

Israel Diamond Exchange hosts first ever Innovation Fair

The Innovation Fair was attended by high-tech companies that are revolutionizing the diamond industry.

Gantz on 'submarine affair': Investigation committee vital to security

The meeting was held a day after the High Court of Justice rejected three appeals, made by the MQG and others, to establish a national investigations committee regardless of government approval.

An information analyst works in front of a screen showing a near real-time map tracking cyber threat

Cyber tech company to secure Israel Water Authority facilities

Following attempted attacks by Iran on Israel's water facilities during 2020, the Water Authority has been emphasizing its need for proper cybersecurity.

Students complain about teacher accused of sex offense on TikTok

Yotam Okon, a science teacher in a Tel Aviv school, was removed from his position several months ago after the school administration received complaints against him of Sex offenses.


Jerusalem highlights: Week of July 23-30

Don't know what to do in Jerusalem the coming week? Here's a list of suggestions to enrich your summer.

How the Peretz family are expanding culture and tourism in Jerusalem

Peretz — Mother and son — have initiated cultural and tourism projects like an aerial rope adventure in the Holy City.


Should couples share the housework equally?

Those who responded that they agree or strongly agree that partners should share the chores equally, really do share them to a greater extent, but in most cases the differences are not significant.


Wine talk: What Bobal & Rambam have in common

Spain does not have many kosher wines, but a new kosher winery, Vina Memorias, is making waves with the relatively unknown bobal grape, and a wine named after Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon.

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