No early election

No early election

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened to call an early election if an agreement is not reached between his coalition partners in the coming two weeks on the IDF draft bill. This is wrong. There is no justifiable reason for Israel to go to an early election because of a bill that will remain an issue for the next government – which by the way will, according to polls, be […]

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Fewer Israeli startups opening, more closing down

Fewer Israeli startups opening, more closing down

(TNS) -A report by Startup Nation Central (SNC) reveals that the number of startups being founded annually has been falling in recent years, while the number of companies closing down is increasing. The number of startups opening in Israel has gone from over 1,000 in 2014 to 943 in 2015, 932 in 2016, and a mere 700 in 2017. The writers of the report say that it is possible that […]

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Did Jeremy Corbyn visit the Knesset to free nuclear secret seller Vanunu?

Did Jeremy Corbyn visit the Knesset to free nuclear secret seller Vanunu?

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn may have visited the Knesset in 1998 to campaign for the early release of nuclear secret leaker Mordechai Vanunu. Earlier this week, Corbyn came under fire when photos of him laying a wreath at the graves of the perpetrators of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre, together with a leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which was behind numerous terrorist attacks on […]

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Commander of IDF Military Headquarters under investigation for bribery

Commander of IDF Military Headquarters under investigation for bribery

The commander of the IDF’s Kirya military headquarters in central Tel Aviv, Col. Yigal Ben Ami, is under investigation on suspicion of bribery and other offenses. On Thursday the IDF confirmed that Ben Ami, who served as commander of the army’s headquarters for the past three years was under investigation for “breach of trust and violating military orders,” and said that upon completion of the investigation its findings will be […]

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Palestinian mail, delayed nearly a decade, finally allowed into West Bank

Palestinian mail, delayed nearly a decade, finally allowed into West Bank

Palestinian postal workers are struggling to sort through nearly 10 tons of mail previously blocked by Israel and finally delivered as the result of a one-shot deal. Some of the parcels date back to 2010 and include everything from letters to wheelchairs, according to the French news agency AFP, which visited the sorting center in Jericho. Be the first to know – AFP reported that Palestinian Telecommunications Minister Allam Mousa […]

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