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Largest city in northern Israel and home to country's biggest port
Abaria is member of High Follow-Up Committee
Groups demand an independent probe into incidents surrounding the protest.
The stately gardens of the historic building in Haifa that is home to the MadaTech science museum have been renovated and reopened to the public thanks to the support of Friends of JNF-KKL Germany.
Interest by Huwaei and ZTE in Israel has worried its U.S. ally, as has the green light it granted China's Shanghai International Port Group in 2013 to build a private port near Haifa.
Regev said the McJesus sculpture, part of the museum’s “Sacred Goods" show that opened in August, makes a “mockery of the crucifix, the most important religious symbol for Christians."
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN,SHERI OZ
Balbul’s Greens blank Beersheba • Tel Aviv derby ends 1-1 • Beitar, K8 play to goalless draw
By JOSHUA HALICKMAN
“I joined the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, that upholds the simple principle that Palestinians are entitled to the same rights as the rest of humanity.”
By SHERI OZ
One of the lines, running from Kiryat Shmona to Tiberias, will be 60 kilometers long, 22 kilometers being laid under tunnels, with the estimated cost of this venture being around 10 billion shekel.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
The depiction of a crucified Ronald McDonald, sculpted by Finnish artist Janei Leinonen, and part of the musuem's "Sacred Goods" exhibit, has been on display since August.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
"Israeli authorities were warned that the Haifa Port deal was dangerous for a long, long time, but infrastructure is secondary to technology in the way that China views Israel as a resource"
By EYTAN HALON
Za'atra's appointment as deputy mayor of Haifa sparked outrage after he made comments in support of the Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist organizations.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Among the findings include a newly discovered lamp wick that was released to the public in December.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Senior Israeli officials have recently told the Post that they are aware of Washington's concerns and are working to address them.
By MICHAEL WILNER
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