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Gallant Likely to Keep Job but Would have to Apologize

On Friday, media reports said that it was likely that Defense Minister Yoav Gallant would be able to keep his…

Union Chief and Netanyahu Deny Reports about Coordinating on Strike

According to several reports, the Histadrut and the Prime Minister’s Office had coordinated on Monday for launching a general strike…

Levin Vows to Pass Overhaul which Amplifies Doubts over Dialogue

On Wednesday, Yariv Levin said that after the end of the Passover recess of the Knesset, he would continue his…

Finance Minister Cancels Tax on Sweetened Drinks drawing Doctors’ Ire

The previous government in Israel had introduced a tax on sweetened drinks as part of the campaign to reduce their…

Shekel Gains and Shares Rise in Anticipation of Judicial Overhaul Pause

On Monday, the shekel recorded gains against the US dollar and a rise was seen in Israel shares, as a…

Hundreds of Thousands Turn up for Protests Nationwide

On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people took part in rallies across Israel for the 12th consecutive week of mass…

Israel Mutual Fund Withdrawals Moderate after Rising in February

This month, the Israeli public has continued to withdraw money from mutual funds that track local securities, but they have…

First Israeli Commercial Flight Enter Airspace over Oman

On Sunday night, an El Al flight that took off from the Tel Aviv airport became the first commercial flight…

56 Top International Economists Warn Netanyahu about Judicial Overhaul’s Impact

On Wednesday, more than 50 top economists at universities in the United States penned an open letter to Israeli Prime…

Israel Formally Requests US for Advanced F-15-EX Fighter Jets

A formal request has been sent by Israel to the United States for buying 25 advanced F-15-EX fighter jets, as…