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Israel's central airport, named for the first prime minister
Much of the answer depends on what one’s threshold is for what constitutes a “threat.”
A spokesman for Israel’s Interior Ministry told NBC that three of the five activists were denied entry for “security reasons” but did not elaborate on what those reasons were.
A shuttle arriving every 15 minutes lets passengers off at the terminal and collects them.
By MICHAL RAZ-CHAIMOVICH / GLOBES
"We are fighting for bread and medicine. Not for flights," the group said in a statement.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
‘The Band’s Visit’ swept the Tonys and provided a real glimpse of Israel to Broadway theatergoers.
By AMY SPIRO
Birthright Israel organized the dramatic display to pay tribute to Israel's 70th birthday.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
She yelled at them in Hebrew to “move because you are bothering me” and asked rhetorically, “Why are you doing this here? There are people here.”
Israel has seen a 30 percent growth in tourism this quarter over 2017, which was a record year
Ben-Gurion Airport handles more than 90% of visitors entering and exiting the Jewish state.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Customs Administration officials seized LSD, cocaine, ecstasy and more in packages mailed from Europe.
By SAMUEL THROPE
A 3-day air space closure above Israel's north of Israel deterred several airlines from flying on time, or at all.
So why is El Al making such a racket about Air India?
By MARK FELDMAN
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