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In yet another effort to revive dream of Jewish sovereignty, ‘NYT’ cites Thai restaurants in Tel Aviv

In a Whither Zionism? article in the NYT, Steven Erlanger sets up a duality between good Zionists who wanted to be a light unto the nations and bad settlers, and quotes zero Palestinians and no anti-Zionists.

Minerva Labs: A Cybersecurity Start-Up that Gets Ahead of the Game

Fresh from winning the prize for the Most Innovative Cyber Startup at Tel Aviv's 2016 Cybertech convention, Minerva Labs Co-Founder and CEO, Eddy Bobritsky announced more good news: Minerva has just won the first place at the 2016 Berlin...Show More Summary

Tel Aviv Considering Gas Pipelines to Turkey, Greece – Energy Minister

Israel is reviewing the possibility of launching two pipeline ventures to export gas to Turkey and Greece, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said Sunday.

Israel’s left pushes back against rightwing ‘delegitimization’

Old battles between Israel’s right and left are playing out inside of the government and on the streets of Tel Aviv, amid a Knesset discussion on sanctioning left-wing groups. The NGO transparency bill proposed last November by Justice...Show More Summary

Slow food: Study by the Tel Aviv university says prehistoric people feasted on turtles

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Discoveries in an Israeli cave dating back 200,000 years show that early humans ate turtles alongside plants and large game animals, the Tel Aviv university said on Tuesday. Turtle specimens found around the Qesem cave, some 12 kilometres (seven miles) east of Tel Aviv, also indicated the methods used to prepare them. Show More Summary

Tel Aviv housecleaning service advertises higher rates for European help than Africans

"Not prepared to have an Arab cleaner for security reasons?" A housecleaning service in affluent Tel Aviv has the solution. No Palestinian workers, and higher rates for white help than black help.

Whole-Roasted Turtle: a Prehistoric Favorite for Millennia

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Picture prehistoric people on the hunt, and you probably see spear throwers chasing deer and other fleet-footed game. But a recent discovery in Qesem Cave near Tel Aviv suggests that our Paleolithic ancestors also ate turtles 400,000...Show More Summary

Shekel Me Not: Final Skate Sessions in Tel Aviv

Ultimate street-ripping for Felipe Gustavo, Korahn Gayle and co around Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The post Shekel Me Not: Final Skate Sessions in Tel Aviv appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

Two Israeli Arab girls held for stabbing security guard: police

RAMLE, Israel (Reuters) - Israeli police said two 13-year-old girls from Israel's Arab minority stabbed and lightly wounded a security guard in a town near Tel Aviv on Thursday and were arrested.

The Israeli Connection: The People Behind The "Startup Nation"

Tel Aviv, Israel. Visitors at the International Cybertech conference on January 26, 2016. Photo: Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images Israel is known for its high concentration of innovative startups. Forbes Israel compiled a list of the “it” people in the local entrepreneurial scene that goes beyond the Israeli connection. Whether you are a [...]

Israeli designer eroticizes the Palestinian keffiyeh

For her new line of women's clothing, Dodo Bar Or, a Tel Aviv designer, has appropriated the keffiyeh, the scarf that is a symbol of Palestinian resistance, and eroticized it

Prehistoric humans enjoyed roasted tortoise appetizers: Israeli archaeologist

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Prehistoric cave-dwellers enjoyed munching on tortoises roasted in their shells as an appetizer or side dish, Ran Barkai, an archaeologist at Tel Aviv University, said on Tuesday. Barkai helped lead a research team who found 400,000-year-old tortoise shells and bones in a cave in Israel that showed...

Israel, Russia Relations Develop ‘Along Ascending Line’ – House Speaker

Bilateral relations between Moscow and Tel Aviv have been steadily ascending due to the high-level cooperation, Russian upper house of parliament speaker Valentina Matvienko said Tuesday.

Front Burner: In Williamsburg, Falafel in the Tel Aviv Style

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Israel: Tel Aviv Objects to Work on Future Light Rail Lines

Work on the first line of the forthcoming light rail the Red Line has barely begun and yet objections to future lines are already piling up.

Passenger Confuses Emergency Exit Door for Bathroom In-Flight in Israel

Israel’s Channel 2 news reported that a passenger who was traveling from Eilat to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport today attempted to open the door of the aircraft while it was in the air.  According to the news reports, the flight crew...Show More Summary

Oasis of Peace: Life in Syria’s Latakia Captured in Pictures

Many imagine explosions, death and ruins when they hear about Syria, but not a lot of people know that life in the city of Latakia is not that different from, say Tel Aviv, Larnaca and some other cities on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

Israel’s Keshet Broadcasting Names New Development & Content Chief

Assaf Blecher has been appointed as VP Development and Content at Israel’s Keshet Broadcasting. The former Managing Director of Keshet DCP, will move from LA to take up the post at the company’s Tel Aviv headquarters in February. HeShow More Summary

Israel reluctant to accuse Islamic State over bar shootings despite hallmarks

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - It appeared to have hallmarks of the first Islamic State attack in Israel: A Muslim citizen opened fire on a Tel Aviv bar days after the militant group threatened the country, and left behind a black ISIS banne...

Israel Thanks Russia for Remembering Holocaust Victims – Ambassador

Tel Aviv is grateful to Moscow for keeping the memory of the Holocaust victims in order not to repeat the grave history, Israeli Ambassador to Russia Zvi Heifetz said Wednesday.

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