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“The IDF will act against any attempt to harm the sovereignty of the State of Israel and the security of its residents,”
One of the best things about the festival is the buzz that starts on the first evening and just builds as it progresses.
The lineup of the annual Jacob’s Ladder Festival includes new faces and old favorites.
The Sea of Galilee rises 1.1 meters in January; encouraging water levels don’t "mean we can splurge," says expert.
By SHARON UDASIN
With stormy weather on the horizon, Water Authority spokesman says encouraging water levels doesn't "mean we can splurge."
Israelis from the Center to the North take refuge from thundering winds and torrential rains throughout the weekend.
This year’s early rains encourage water officials; water level stands at 212.345 meters below sea level.
Once every few months, IEC has been cutting electricity it supplies to Yesud Hama’ala to fix electrical system problems.
In November 1958, JNF completed a seven-year project, draining the vast Hula lake and swamps, marking a huge engineering feat; but disastrous ecological repercussions soon became apparent.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Leading an intrepid team from the UK Embassy in Tel Aviv, the ambassador and his colleagues put in a very respectable performance in what is one of the largest amateur sports events in Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
With Israel apparently approaching a fifth-consecutive dry year, the Kinneret has dropped to dangerously low levels.
On the whole, Better Place customers are satisfied with their product, though they point to a few less convenient aspects.
By MAURICE PICOW
16th annual IsWA Summit will examine Israel’s complex water sector
By NATAN ROTHSTEIN
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