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Workers brush aside long commute to work for CEO Birnbaum, a ‘man of peace.’
Overall Israel's economy suffers from low productivity, and is dragged down by inward-looking industries that are less exposed to global competition.
Sarandon met with local volunteers, attended a women's group session and opened a new table tennis room in the shelter.
“We came here to expose to the Israeli public one of the greatest injustices in the history of the State of Israel."
By LAHAV HARKOV
Soros, who is Jewish, is a strident critic of Israel and has supported a number of NGOs with radical left-wing agendas.
By HERB KEINON
Following the meeting, Amnesty International Israel called on the country to allow all the migrants to stay.
‘I am not a criminal – I am a mother trying to protect her children and give them a good life,’ says Sudanese refugee.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
With the signing of several bilateral agreements, the ease by which foreign workers can travel to Israel has increased markedly.
By SARAH LEVI
The aide, an adviser to MK Yulia Malinovsky, was walking near her home late Friday night after a meal at her parents’ house, when she saw a man following her.
Justice Minister would like to see a legal program that will enable Palestinians to work in Israel, replacing the migrant workers who come to the country illegally.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
After PM Netanyahu took a jab at Barak in a viral video posted to his Facebook page, Barak fought back in his own sharply-worded post.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Prime Minister Netanyahu took a shot at the High Court of Justice about the status of most of the migrants.
Right-wing activists railed against what they view as the court's usurping the authority of the other branches of government.
By UDI SHAHAM
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