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Bruce Willis never boycotted Israel
The 'Toronto Star' has corrected an article which falsely alleged that actor Bruce Willis refused to visit Israel due to his support for the anti-Israel BDS.
Sat May 18, 2013
Arms experts pushes back S-300 capability time frame.
Syria would require a considerable period of time before it could master the S-300 air defense system, a defense analyst said Friday.
Erdan appeals gov't approval of gas plant
The approval of a Be'er Tuviya natural gas plant was not on the meeting's schedule, the residents complained.
At Ra'anana school, a different kind of Tikun Shavuot
For a school that strives to develop a sense of community among a diverse group of students and parents, it was no surprise that Meitarim Ra'anana's traditional annual Tikkun Shavuot epitomized its pluralistic educational philosophy.
The hills are alive
The show premiered on Broadway in 1959, winning a Tony award for Best Musical in 1960, before Julie Andrews unforgettably played Maria, the fun-loving nun turned nanny who falls in love with her employer and wins over his children, in the iconic 1965 film production.
Hundreds of Israelis protest budget cuts across Israel
Hundreds of protestors took to the streets around the country on Saturday evening to protest the budget cuts approved by the cabinet on Sunday.
Fri May 17, 2013
CIA director, Defense Minister meet to discuss Syria
CIA director John Brennan arrived in Israel on Thursday on a surprise visit to discuss the situation in Syria, an Israeli official said.
Thu May 16, 2013
The London Free Press
Quilts of Israel to draw thousands to this tiny town
The Quilts of Israel is the theme of the six-day event that includes workshops with some of the world's leading quilters, a merchants' mall, the Quilt Cafe and a daily showcase.
Guarding the coastal gate
The IDF's female controllers sat in the large, darkened Arena Command Post at Ashdod Naval Base, their eyes glued to their screens.
Kinneret water to be released into Jordan River
Next month the Water Authority will allow the discharge of 1,000 cubic meters of water per hour from the Kinneret basin into the the Jordan River, with the ultimate goal of letting in 30 million cubic meters of water flow past the Deganiya Dam annually, the Jordan Rehabilitation Administration announced on Thursday.
Out and About: Top 10 things to do
The Tao Dance Theater Company of China will make its Israeli debut as part of the Tel Aviv Dance Festival.
Seeing through the haze
Last week, Tel Aviv was covered in a thick layer of fog. Unusual for this time of year, the strange weather cast a moody, dreary cloud over local denizens.
A biblical epic
The New Vocal Ensemble, together with soloists from Israel and abroad, accompanied by the early music Baroccade ensemble, will perform Handel's Esther on May 21 - 25.
Internalized Abstractions: Israeli Attitudes Towards the Nakba
In 2008, a fascinating, little-known study asked 500 Israeli Jews about Israel's behavior throughout the history of the conflict.
Wed May 15, 2013
Bizarre requests for embassy help
Foreign Office staff around the world are used to dealing with Britons who have fallen ill or been arrested - but what about noisy cockerels? Britons also asked for help with supplying Olympic tickets - and one man in Rome asked staff to to translate a phrase for a tattoo he wanted.
Friendly soccer match leads to Fatah threats
Fatah activists in the West Bank have threatened Palestinian teenagers who recently participated in a friendly soccer match with Israeli youth.
Report Published: "Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.: Defense - Company Profile and SWOT Report"
The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, swot analysis, business description, company history, mergers and acquisitions, recent developments, key employees, company locations and subsidiaries as well as employee biographies.
Austerity-hit Israelis furious over $18K bill for Netanyahu's food, shoes and personal hairdressers
Benjamin Netanyahu has been embarrassed for the second time in a week after it was disclosed that his household costs have nearly doubled in four years, including spending hikes on shoes and hairdressing.
Tue May 14, 2013
Haunted by the past: Living an hour away from the terrorist who killed my grandfather
Ran Shirdan, the Canadian grandson of Leon Shirdan, an Israeli killed by a terrorist four decades ago, wrote the following Tuesday upon news the killer, Mahmoud Mohammad Issa Mohammad, had been deported from Canada.
The Times of Israel
Video shows police choking elderly Coptic leader in Old City
Police in Jerusalem beat, choked and handcuffed an 85-year-old Coptic priest during a widely reported altercation in the Old City almost two weeks ago, which also involved several Egyptian diplomatic officials, a video revealed.