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4,000 Migdal workers to receive discount on Enerpoint solar panels

Employees will have access to special purchase tracks for the systems, which will enable the production of green and clean electricity.

 THE PROFESSOR is exchanging his lectern for a Knesset seat.

Israel's cabinet set to pass new state budget

Bennett: “After three years in which the State of Israel operated without a budget, the most fundamental tool for managing the country, we are bringing the 2021 to 2022 state budget for approval.”


The personal art and music of Roee Lavan come to Hutzot Hayotzer

While fully appreciative of how his personal struggle with cancer is inspiring to many, Lavan points to how he was engaged with both the blues and art well before he was diagnosed with GBM two years ago.

Another long night in the Knesset this week.

Israel back to normal with budget passing - analysis

Budget meetings are supposed to be boring, and the state budget is supposed to pass regularly.

LIOR RAZ in ‘Hit & Run.’

Israel's Lior Raz on virtual premiere of new Netflix series 'Hit & Run'

The series will begin streaming on Netflix around the world on August 6, and it is billed as Netflix’s first original Israeli series.

Swastika scrawled on synagogue in Bnei Brak, July 2021

Swastikas scrawled on Bnei Brak synagogues

Photos of Shira Banki, who was murdered in the Jerusalem Pride Parade in 2015, were scattered in front of the entrance to Young Israel Synagogue.

Israel-Iran war reaches deadly new level - analysis

The latest attack by Iran on a cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman has crossed a deadly line in the war-between-wars waged by Israel.


Veteran 'Post,' Voice of America reporter Charley Weiss dies at 93

Although for most of his life he was intimately involved with Israel, it was only at the age of 90 that he formally made aliyah, becoming an Israeli citizen.


Reform movement petitions High Court on Jerusalem chief rabbi ‘incitement’

Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Shlomo Amar has described homosexuals as “a cult of abomination” and said non-Orthodox Jews were worse than Holocaust deniers.

The memorial ceremony for Munich massacre victims held in Tokyo.

Memorial ceremony held in Tokyo in honor of Munich massacre victims

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

New 'all business-class' flight from Israel to Paris, NY launches Sept. 5

Passengers will enjoy business-class comfort and services, at prices about 30% cheaper than similar seats on other airlines.


Israel’s Spring Vision to detect systemic diseases, leap into space

Spring Vision will send its technology into space in order to examine astronauts' recurring complaints of impaired vision by tracking structural changes to their eyes.

Biometric fingerprint data (illustrative).

Gov’t approves biometric bill for visiting foreigners

Although parallel initiatives to collect fingerprints of all citizens have been met with heavy opposition in the past, there was no real opposition to the current bill.

Firefighters attempt to restrain the fire in Karmei Tzur.

Two fires break out across Israel

The fires, one in the Israeli settlement of Karmei Tzur in the West Bank and the other in Mount Yitzpor, part of the Gilboa mountain range in the north, are spreading quickly and are uncontained.

President Isaac Herzog speaks at opening of B'Sheva conference

President Isaac Herzog commented that he had assumed his role in stormy days following four rounds of parliamentary elections, with Israel barely avoiding a fifth one.

Olympics: Israel's Artem Dolgopyat wins gold - in photos

Dolgopyat will be heading home with NIS 500,000 in prize money for his new gold medal.

Billie Eilish slammed for saying ‘hi Israel’ in promo video

Billie Eilish received a wave of backlash from anti-Israel advocates for starting a video with "hi Israel" in a recent promotion for her new album.

Pro-Palestine protesters hold a banner, as they demonstrate outside Downing Street in London, Britai

Protestors in New York cry ‘Globalize the intifada’ at demonstration

Several hundred participate in a pro-Palestinian demonstration in Brooklyn, New York, chanted ‘We don’t want no two states, we want all of it,’ and ‘There is only one solution, intifada revolution.’

Israeli International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) team 2021 Jusidman Science Center Ben Gurion Universit

Israeli high schoolers rake in medals in Physics Olympics

The competition celebrates the significance of physics and aims to encourage the study of science and technology among high school students worldwide.

Mitzpeh Yericho holds Ben & Jerry's ice cream party for settlement's children, July 2021

Mitzpeh Yericho beats the heat with Ben & Jerry's ice cream party

"Today, Mitzpeh Yericho stands with Ben & Jerry's Israel and calls out to our friends around the world who stand against antisemitism, racism and human rights violations."


Tibi, Bar Am place 4th, 11th in sailing races 7, 8; 8th place overall

The two now hold 55 points, only 10 points behind the fourth place Switzerland, but far behind the three leaders from Poland, Britain and France.

Jerusalem Film Festival to open with Ari Folman’s Where Is Anne Frank

Where Is Anne Frank recently had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival out of competition and received mainly rave reviews.

Israel's Josh Zeid pitching in Olympic opener. Zeid will start in win or go home vs. Mexico

Israel to play Mexico in must-win game to keep medal hopes alive

It’s “all hands on deck” for Israel’s Olympic Baseball team in a “win-or-go-home” game against Mexico on Sunday.

Israel Police arrest Jerusalem man for gang rape, sexual assault on minor

Yosef Gabbay, a Jerusalem resident in his 20s, allegedly raped a 14-year-old girl, who resides in a government-funded hostel for at-risk teens, for pay, and coerced her to gang rape.

The beds in the Olympics Village in Tokyo

Olympics: What happened during the second week?

Israeli athletes got off to a wonderful start in the realm of athletics over the weekend to kick off the second week of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

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