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Lockheed Martin launches new science kindergarten in northern Israel

The aerospace company has established seven science kindergartens across Israel since the MadaKids project launched in 2015.

Earthquakes in Israel: 10,000 people could be killed in Beit She’an, says town mayor

Mayor Jacky Levy told Army Radio that he was told in 2005 that if a massive earthquake strikes the Syrian-African fault line, Beit She’an would be particularly damaged.

Beit She'an

Second earthquake in 24 hours felt in northern Israel

The epicenters of both quakes were located slightly south of the Kinneret.

Shipudei Hakikar: Good food in Beit She’an

At Shipudei Hakikar, you can enjoy an array of salads, grilled meats, and at night, and later, go for a stroll at an archaeological site.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
02/07/2021

7,000-year-old seal sheds light on ‘business’ activities in ancient Israel

Some 150 clay sealings were found in an excavation conducted by Hebrew University archaeologists in 2004-2007 in Tel Tsaf, a prehistoric village in the Beit She’an Valley in northern Israel.

Man's fatal heart attack likely unlinked to vaccine he took 2 hours before

"We share in the grief of the family," Health Ministry director-general Chezy Levy said.

Cry me a river

A struggle over public access to a brook that runs through a kibbutz blends political trauma, social pain, and uniquely Israeli hard feelings

No longer homeless: two statues find permanent home in regional museum

The finds were dated to the late Roman-early Byzantine period (third to fourth centuries CE), fascinating for the social flux which occurred then.

By HEDDY BREUER ABRAMOWITZ
22/09/2019

Two Roman statues discovered near burial site in Beit She'an

The statues' discovery is important for understanding late Roman period style, as no two statues from this time period resemble each other.

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