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Workers brush aside long commute to work for CEO Birnbaum, a ‘man of peace.’
“I cannot believe that a Jewish administration will ask me to send children to their hunger.”
Birnbaum says government decision to let dozens of work permits expire sends children to hunger, gives ammunition to BDS.
In his second medical cannabis-related investment in a matter of weeks, Birnbaum will invest NIS 2 million ($550,000) in Israeli home cultivation start-up Seed.
By EYTAN HALON
"We want the people in Gaza to have jobs, real jobs, because where there is prosperity there can be peace," Birnbaum said.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
Starring Sir Rod Stewart as a singing sea turtle and Game of Thrones star Thor Björnsson, the campaign racked up millions of views on YouTube.
Israeli-based SodaStream is set to be acquired by PepsiCo for $3.2 billion.
Rabbi Birnbaum’s life story makes the sale of his son’s company even more unlikely. Birnbaum, 89, was born in what is now Slovakia and initially was in hiding during the Holocaust.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Additional factory set to be built in Rahat
By TAMARA ZIEVE
“The Israeli government did the moral and honorable thing to grant work permits to our employees, who can now provide for their families and also prove that coexistence is possible.”
By DAVID BRINN
PepsiCo will now have a chance "to reach consumers beyond the bottle," said PepsiCo President Ramon Laguarta in a statement.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The PA also gets money from taxes. Palestinian workers in an Israeli industrial zone must pay 1,000 NIS a month to the PA, according to Basherat.
By ROCKY BAIER
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