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Lapid Enters Quarantine as Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID after Brussels Trip

Wednesday, 14 July 2021 | Although he tested negative upon his return from Brussels, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid began a period of self-isolation on Tuesday evening when an accompanying staff member received a positive COVID-19 test. The health ministry advised all passengers on Lapid’s flight to isolate “until further instructions.” Health professionals and government officials

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2,000-year-old Coins Found in Binyamin Depict Bar Kokhba Revolt

Wednesday, 14 July 2021 | An archaeological survey in the northeast of the Binyamin Region conducted by the Martin Szuz Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology at Bar-Ilan University has turned up two rare 2,000-year-old coins at two adjacent sites. One coin, discovered at Khirbet Jabaat, dates back to the Jewish revolt against

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New Israeli Technology Restores Sense of Touch to Damaged Nerves

Wednesday, 14 July 2021 | A groundbreaking technology that can restore the sense of touch to nerves damaged as a result of amputation or injury has been developed by a team of scientists in Israel. The technology, developed at Tel Aviv University and tested so far only on animals, involves a tiny sensor implanted in

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New Israeli President Isaac Herzog Breaks Ice with Turkish President Erdoğan

Tuesday, 13 July 2021 | Israel’s new president, Isaac Herzog, spoke on the phone with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Monday, indicating potentially warming ties between the two nations. Erdoğan is well-known for his vocal anti-Israel and anti-Semitic sentiments, including accusing the Jewish state of “terrorism” against the Palestinian people and calling Israelis “murderers.”

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Israel Becomes First Country to Offer Third Vaccine Jab to Its Citizens

Tuesday, 13 July 2021 | Israel continues its proactive approach in the fight against coronavirus by becoming the first nation in the world to offer a third Pfizer vaccination shot to its citizens whose immune systems are compromised. Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz announced on Sunday that the new directive would go into effect immediately. Israel’s

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‘Magnificent’ Second Temple Building in Israel Opening to the Public

Tuesday, 13 July 2021 | A room roughly 2,000 years old and described as “magnificent” and opulent is being opened to the public in Jerusalem soon, just in time for the High Holy Day festivals. “This is without doubt one of the most magnificent public buildings from the Second Temple period that has ever been

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Rare ‘Book of Judges’-era Inscription Found in Southern Israel

Tuesday, 13 July 2021 | A rare, 3,100-year-old inscription was discovered during excavations in southern Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority [IAA] announced on Monday. The partial inscription, written in ink on a small pottery jug, was recovered in the Shahariya Forest at Khirbat er-Ra’i, near Kiryat Gat [central Israel]. The vessel, which can hold approximately

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Israel to Deduct Nearly 600 Million Shekels from PA over Terror Rewards

Monday, 12 July 2021 | At its weekly meeting yesterday, the security cabinet authorized the deduction of NIS 597 million (US $182.82 million) from revenue Israel has collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA). Details were provided by Defense Minister Benny Gantz in a report prepared by staff from his ministry’s Economic Counterterrorism section.

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Lapid Meets Egyptian FM, Top EU Diplomat in Brussels

Monday, 12 July 2021 | While visiting Brussels for the European Union Foreign Affairs Council meeting, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid met with his Egyptian counterpart as well as the EU’s top diplomat. Lapid is slated to address the 26-member EU council and meet with more of his European counterparts today. Lapid’s Sunday night meeting

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IDF Busts Huge Lebanon Gun Smuggling Effort Likely Destined for Terrorism

Monday, 12 July 2021 | The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] and Israeli Police on Friday intercepted a Lebanese gun smuggling attempt that sought to sneak into Israel dozens of weapons worth 2.7 million shekels (more than [US] $825,000)—and the bust likely thwarted terrorism as well. The Israeli Kan news channel reported that in Israel it

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