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"The purpose of this act is... to ensure that United States taxpayer funds shall not be used to support the military detention of Palestinian children."
The suspect, a Palestinian man about 37 years old, was arrested and brought in for questioning.
The Zurich-based Zwei Wealth Experts AG, founded by Patrick Müller and Klaus Wellershoff, chose Tel Aviv as the site of their first overseas office in 2017.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Stock price lowest since 2000
The new treatment method harnesses body’s own immune system to recognize and attack cancer cells.
Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz, a leading ultra-Orthodox donor, lashed at out the Liberal Orthodox movement, claiming that the group is a "new religion" jeopardizing Judaism.
By YAIR ETTINGER
The academy now includes 125 members.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
80 Israeli youngsters suffer from the rare genetic disease.
A new study sheds light on the great influence a stressful work environment can have on increasing traffic accidents.
Jerusalem recently received the gift of a second Brain Center with all possible facilities that has been busy from the first day.
Minister of Jerusalem Affairs and Environmental Protection Ze'ev Elkin tells the 'Post' about Israel's plans to turn Jerusalem into a high-tech hub.
Given the proximity of the event to International Women’s Day, one of the questions asked will relate to developments in the status of women from the period of ancient Persia to present-day Iran.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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