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Hamas, a Palestinian Islamist group that controls the Gaza Strip, had no immediate comment.
The father of 12 children died last month after being shot in the head by a terrorist at Ariel Junction.
The month-long project will test the use of digital currency to support local businesses during a peak tourist event in the city.
“My personal story with Israel goes farther back than Exposure,” laughs Letukaite. “My ex-husband is a Polish composer who used to make work with Ohad Naharin when he lived in New York City."
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The 41-country songfest has been a focus of pro-Palestinian boycott calls, and some Muslims fasting daily as part of Ramadan resent the carousing of scantily clad Eurovision enthusiasts.
Musical group will perform ‘A Million Dreams’ during the second semi-final Thursday night.
By AMY SPIRO
Celebrating 100 years of this architectural school’s influential tradition, a visit to the Bauhaus Center reveals Tel Aviv’s storied history – and ushers in a new era for Dizengoff Square.
By BARRY DAVIS
Singer has yet to sign contract, but organizers are hopeful.
Ambassador Marek Magierowski managed to take a picture of the attacker and his vehicle, which led to the man's arrest 90 minutes later.
By ALON EINHORN
Eurovision kicked off with its first performance on Tuesday night.
Boris Belenkin is a Tel Avivite through and through. The 60-year-old photographer lives and breathes the city.
Madonna will make a guest appearance on Saturday during the Eurovision finals in Tel Aviv.
Local restaurants get creative and tasty with menu items featuring no meat, dairy, eggs or fish.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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