Daily Archives: August 2, 2020

Jerusalem Municipality opens public sites to hold weddings

By | 2020-08-02T22:19:37+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|More Top Stories|

To allow Jerusalem couples to share their joy nonetheless, the local municipality is offering to hold small weddings, in a variety of scenic and urban locations across the city.

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What a waste: Israeli air force tackles alternative refuse disposal to avoid colliding with birds

By | 2020-08-02T20:30:53+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Health|

Waste depots in southern Israel are indirectly causing too many flight hazards for the military so plans are being drawn up for alternative refuse removal measures

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Exhibition at the Musrara Art School in Jerusalem: an undecided journey

By | 2020-08-02T19:48:44+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Entertainment|

Some of the most resonant projects at the Musrara graduate show are those that managed to convey how Jerusalem found its way into the students’ hearts.

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Can Democrats stomach this HBO documentary about one of Trump’s biggest cheerleaders?

By | 2020-08-02T19:45:03+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Entertainment|

Political docs are generally as partisan as politics nowadays, but ‘The Swamp’ is a little different – though Rep. Matt Gaetz may still make some viewers want to smash their TV sets

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Police drama ‘Manayak’: Israel’s next big hit on TV

By | 2020-08-02T18:55:31+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Entertainment|

The channel’s new series, the gripping and suspenseful Manayak (Hebrew slang for snitch or rat), is about corruption within the police force, and is perfectly in tune with the current moment.

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Sympathy from Netanyahu? Not going to happen – comment

By | 2020-08-02T16:33:16+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Israel|

Comparing the media in Israel to North Korea, Netanyahu lashed out against the protests which he said trampled democracy and were an “incubator for the coronavirus.”

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Israelis outraged as a kilogram of avocados can reach up to NIS 100

By | 2020-08-02T16:16:51+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Israel|

Many in the report have expressed their anger at the high prices currently presented on the market, with some people interviewed saying most of the product is unusable.

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Ultra-Orthodox parties to thwart High Court override bill

By | 2020-08-02T15:55:09+00:00 August 2nd, 2020|Israel|

Likud MK and coalition chair Miki Zohar has stated that he would recommend PM Netanyahu support opposition bill to institute Knesset override of High Court decisions, threatening new coalition crisis

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