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Tel Aviv (Israel)

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  • Living it up in the Dead Sea

    Living it up in the Dead Sea
    NEVE ZOHAR, Israel — Try not to splash. That's not the usual recommendation for a seaside vacation, but Israel's Dead Sea is like no other beach resort. Unique it is, with a salt and mineral content upward of 30 percent, which is why you need to pay...
  • PASSINGS: Dov Shilansky

    PASSINGS: Dov Shilansky
    Dov Shilansky He began recitations of Holocaust victims' names Dov Shilansky, 86, a former Israeli Parliament speaker and advocate for memorializing victims of the Holocaust, died Thursday at a Tel Aviv hospital. The cause was not given. Shilansky...
  • 'The Hangover,' 'Puss in Boots': Hollywood gets Israeli makeover

     
    The Hangover, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Zach Galifianakis, is one of many movie titles to be awkwardly translated....
  • Computer hackers continue assault on Israeli websites

     
    The website for the Tel Aviv stock exchange was shut down for hours on Monday, the apparent victim of hackers, while El Al Airlines shut down its site after it was similarly threatened....
  • Israeli computer hackers study Arabic to upgrade skills

     
    Some Israeli computer geeks are learning Arabic to boost their skills in the ongoing war between hackers in their country and its Arab rivals....
  • See the world: Scars tell terrible story in Tel Aviv

     
    Mutasim Qamrawi, a 22-year-old from Sudan, was held four months by smugglers in the Sinai Desert in Egypt. He says that the smugglers poured hot melted plastic on his back, whipped him with wires and beat his naked body with sticks....
  • Israel seeks to return refugees to South Sudan

     
    Israel doesn't need celebrity activists to call its attention to troubles in Africa. After years of being on the receiving end of a steady stream of work migrants and asylum seekers, the country knows this first-hand....
  • Israel returns remains of 91 Palestinian fighters

     
    Israel returned to the Palestinians on Thursday remains of 91 Palestinians it has been holding for many years in graves marked only by numbers...
  • Poll: 52% of Jewish Israelis say illegal African migrants a 'cancer'

     
    More than half of Jewish Israelis polled in May agreed that Africans living illegally in Israel are “a cancer in the body” of the country, backing the controversial words of an Israeli lawmaker. The new poll from the Israel Democracy Institute...
  • ISRAEL: Cabinet discusses citizenship law, mulls immigration policy

     
    Update, 4:17 a.m.: The news report quoted and linked below stating the Cabinet on Sunday approved an amendment to the temporary provision of the Citizenship and Entry Law to include a revised loyalty oath was erroneous. Cabinet officials clarified Monday....
  • ISRAEL: Jerusalem Pride will march to parliament for equality

     
    The annual Jerusalem Pride march is taking to the streets of Jerusalem on Thursday and taking the community's demand for rights downtown and up to the Knesset, Israel's parliament. In past years, intense controversy surrounding the yearly event,...
  • ISRAEL: Actors threaten settlement boycott, lawmaker acts up

     
    Israel is dogged by boycott initiatives from different directions. Academic, commercial and cultural ties are threatened as organizations and individuals protesting Israel's policies turn to boycotting in an attempt to apply practical pressure that will...