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An expert says the findings reflect both nationalistic and practical feelings.
In an interview before his arrival, the US president preferred not to address most core issues.
Hollywood actor and technology enthusiast defends online vacation rental company in the face of disruptive demonstrator's rant about West Bank settlements.
The World Bank found that Tel Aviv has the largest Sudanese community in the world after Khartoum and Juba.
By BEN HEARTBURN
The question sounds simple. And building has certainly resumed since the 10-month
moratorium ended in September. But the true picture is far more complex.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Representing the younger generation, soon-to-be city councillor Merav Cohen is determined to make her mark.
By PEGGY CIDOR
More than two years into the job, Jerusalem's Mayor Nir Barkat opens up on the vision and the challenges of running Israel's capital city.
By DAVID HOROVITZ
A possible motive is due to the company being majority-owned by French state-owned public corporations – SNCF and RATP, both of whom have come under pressure by labor unions critical of Israel.
By MAX SCHINDLER
The goal of court reform is elimination of the Green Line, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said.
The government and right-wing politicians have been particularly frustrated by the EU’s funding of left-wing organizations focused on pushing for Israel’s withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines.
Wellington's foreign minister clarifies that a letter his country sent Tuesday to Jerusalem was not an apology.
By HERB KEINON
Katz’s plan also calls for clarifying Israel’s construction policies beyond the Green Line to the new US administration that would allow for building throughout Jerusalem.
Birnbaum wrote letter in December pledging not to ask for additional extension for temporary permits for 74 Palestinian workers.
By HERB KEINON,NIV ELIS
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