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Four Seasons to open a location in Israel - report

The location will be about a 10 minute walk from the beach.

Israeli Vocal Ensemble springs back to life

Despite the long break in performing, the choir members didn’t sit in despair during the drought season with their mouths tightly shut.

By MAXIM REIDER
08/04/2021

Hezbollah wants a representative office in Moscow

Russia’s foreign minister reportedly received a delegation of senior Hezbollah figures on March 15 led by “the head of the Loyalty to the Resistance Bloc, the political wing of Hezbollah."

BACK TO NORMAL? Israelis flock to the Mamilla Mall in Jerusalem during Passover this week.

After year of coronavirus 'hibernation,' Israel's cities wake up

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: “When the shuk is full, the heart is full,” a vendor in Mahaneh Yehuda told a television reporter.

01/04/2021
Artist Batia Shani with chef Assaf Granit

MUST SEE

By MICHAL GALANTI
02/04/2021

New documentary 'Tuning' focuses on piano at Tel Aviv train station

Ilan Yagoda’s documentary shows music as a great equalizer

Protesters take part in a demonstration outside the US Consulate General in Johannesburg, South Afri

Zionism, truth & the rainbow nation: The importance of Israel advocacy

A year into the pandemic, with university students learning virtually, online expressions of antisemitism have skyrocketed.

By NOA RAMAN
29/03/2021

Winston Churchill in Palestine – 100 years on

“The establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine will be a blessing to the whole world.”

By LEE POLLOCK/NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ISRAEL
28/03/2021
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How are cities addressing gender inequality in urban planning? - opinion

For several years now, Tel Aviv has placed emphasis on gender-adjusted urban planning.

By HILA OREN
22/03/2021
A bee collects pollen from cherry blossom at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London

Is this allergy season the worst ever? Experts are skeptical

“I know that people are starting to feel allergies, but I haven’t seen more patients coming to us than usual,” Dr. David Hagin.

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