Israel

Israel to Establish No-Call List for Telemarketing

A new law will, when passed, give Israelis the option of opting out of telemarketing lists. Legislation for a “no-call” list has been approved by the Ministerial Law Committee. According…

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Demonstrators Block Orban’s Car at Yad Vashem

The controversy over the visit of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban took the form of a demonstration that blocked his car as he attempted to exit Yad Vashem on Wednesday.…

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EU Expresses Concern Over Jewish Nationality Law

The European Union on Thursday said it was concerned about a new Israeli law formally asserting the Jewish character of the state, and said it would complicate a two-state solution…

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Israel’s Elbit on Hunt for More Takeovers

Israeli military electronics firm Elbit Systems, which has just completed two acquisitions in the United States and Israel, remains on the lookout for potential takeover targets in the United States…

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Report: Israel, Hamas Agree to End ‘Escalation’

Western diplomatic sources have revealed that Hamas and Israel have reached indirect understandings, via a third party, to end the “escalation” between the two, a report in London’s Al-Hayat newspaper said…

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Knesset Passes Jewish State Bill

The controversial Jewish State bill became Israel’s 14th Basic Law early Thursday morning after it passed into law in the Knesset plenum. Sixty-two MKs voted in favor, 55 against, and…

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Hamas Reversal: Will Continue Arson Attacks

Israeli military retaliation and Egyptian pressure seems to have had little effect on Hamas’ determination to continue its cross-border arson attacks, as at least 20 fires were started by incendiary…

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