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The victim was evacuated by MDA to Ichilov Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The priorities of philanthropists in recent years have shifted from nation-building to meeting the evolving needs of cities and their urban inhabitants.
Posters in Jaffa warn of ‘city of infiltrators’ and Islamic Movement.
"A Jewish and democratic state – which Israel is – can address and redress these problems, thereby reflecting and representing the best of our tradition and our democracy.”
By DANIEL J. ROTH
"This is going to be a shameful, ugly move that will signify that we are a society and country where human rights do not exist," warns MK Eyal Ben-Reuven.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
“These people are not looking for problems; they wanted to flee violence and work hard to support themselves. Where is the humanity?”
Prime Minister Netanyahu took a shot at the High Court of Justice about the status of most of the migrants.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The rabbi, who once wrote in praise of Baruch Goldstein, also encouraged Netanyahu to implement religious law in place of civil law.
By JEREMY SHARON
Right-wing activists railed against what they view as the court's usurping the authority of the other branches of government.
By UDI SHAHAM
South Tel Aviv residents rally by Chief Justice Naor’s home.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The Onya collective at the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station seeks to improve the neighborhood with architecture, common spaces and garden radishes.
By FRANZISKA KNUPPER
Lawmakers and residents protest against migrant presence in city.
In post after post memorializing the San Antonio resident, he was was recalled as warm, funny, and innovative.
By NIV ELIS
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