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Israel acts “constantly” to prevent Iran and its proxies from entrenching themselves on Israel’s northern border and in the region,” Netanyahu said. “We do whatever we need to do.”
"The United States does not have the courage to shoot a single bullet at us despite all its defensive and military assets. But if they attack us, we will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground."
Abaria is member of High Follow-Up Committee
Garbage workers enter a second day of strike in Haifa, place uncollected garbage under the home of Haifa mayor Kalisch-Rotem.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Permits state to seize Zaytouna-Oliva after past seizure attempts rejected.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
China's role in Israel is now a bipartisan concern.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Israelis recently became much more aware of the relation between animal abuse and violence against people following the arrest in Argentina of an Israeli suspected of killing his mother and aunt.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
“If they want to spy, they have other ways, they do not need the Haifa port,” said former Israeli Ambassador to China Matan Vilna'i.
By HERB KEINON
In 1978, Yahav was elected to Haifa City Council. It is an unpaid position and he maintained his legal practice at the same time.
By SHERI OZ
The mayor of the Jewish-Arab city of Haifa said on Thursday the sculpture would be taken out of the exhibition following consultations with church leaders.
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
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