Articles by June, 2021

Approved: establishment of a state commission to inquire the events that led to the Meron disaster
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The government has approved the establishment of a state commission of inquiry to look into the events that led to the Meron disaster. 52 days after 45 people lost their lives and hundreds more were injured to varying degrees, a committee will be set up headed by a judge that will include four other members besides him. The state will allocate NIS 6 million to the administration of the courts on a one-time basis, as well as 5 temporary manpower standards that will be used for the committee's expenses. The resolution approved at noon (Sunday) states that "the committee will investigate the...

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Jun 20, 2021

The number of recipients of academic degrees has decreased by 3% - only 14% were Arabs
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The number of recipients of academic degrees has decreased by 3%, from 79,600 in the 2018/19 school year to 77,200 in 2019/20. A particularly high decrease of 6.4% was recorded in the number of master's degree recipients from 25,700 to 24,000 and in particular in academic colleges (13.4%). There was a more moderate decrease in undergraduate recipients (1.5%). This is according to data on recipients of academic degrees in 2020, published today by the Central Bureau of Statistics. The decline is due, among other things, to the slowdown in the number of students in recent years

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Jun 20, 2021

 Israeli cyber "SentinelOne" is about to raise between $ 880 and $ 930 million next week at Nasdaq
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Hitech

The cyber company SentinelOne is about to raise between $ 880 and $ 930 million soon, at a value of between $ 6.6 and $ 7.36 billion, the company revealed in an updated prospectus published today. The company is conducting the IPO on the New York Stock Exchange and its trading symbol will be S. The company's value jumped rapidly - last October it stood at $ 3 billion while in February 2020 it stood at only $ 1 billion. The Sentinel One issue may break the record for the largest Israeli issue. The recent record, attributed only to traditional IPOs, is that of Monday, which recently issued...

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Jun 21, 2021

Severe shortage of apartments in areas where most Israelis want to live will lead to prices rise
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Real Estate

Over-planning, excess supply in the periphery and a severe shortage of apartments in areas where most Israelis want to live - these are the main problems arising from a follow-up report published by the National Economic Council in the Prime Minister's Office for the 2040-2017 strategic housing plan. According to the report, edited by Nir Brill, Daniel Schwartz, Avraham Zofnik, the most acute shortage among Jewish localities in Israel is in the heart of the demand areas - in the Tel Aviv and Central districts, where more than 70,000 housing units are missing. Last week by the Central...

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Jun 21, 2021

 Israel joins proposed digital economy taxation outline approval by the OECD
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At a meeting of the Finance Ministry's management this morning, Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced that after a discussion with the ministry's professionals, he approved in principle Israel's joining the proposed digital economy taxation outline, ahead of the outline approval by the OECD designated committee on June 30, 2021. Lieberman: "The economy is becoming more and more global and we are required to take policy measures in cooperation with other countries. The Ministry of Finance will work to ensure that the Israeli economy meets international standards in various fields,...

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Jun 22, 2021

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett recommends the Israeli public not to make non-essential trips abroad
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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett recommends that the Israeli public not make non-essential trips abroad. During a tour of Ben Gurion Airport, Bennett said that there may be significant changes in the policy of departure and entry into Israel. "If you have not yet booked a flight abroad and you do not have to - do not book," he said. "Whoever does not have to go abroad - who did not go. This is not a guideline but a recommendation. Travel the country. The contagion incident in Binyamina originated in a family returning from a vacation in Cyprus, not a red country - and became infected. We will...

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Jun 22, 2021

The average mortgage taken by Israelis in May set a record - NIS 879,000
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Real Estate

The average mortgage taken by Israelis from the banks in May set a new record - NIS 879,000. This is compared to an average mortgage of NIS 866,000 in April and NIS 797,000 in May 2020. In the last five years, the average mortgage has risen by 30%, while the price of an average apartment has risen by only 15%, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics. Data from the Bank of Israel published today (Wednesday) join the report of a record total of mortgages in May, which stood at NIS 9.5 billion. The number of loans for the purchase of an apartment amounted to 10,773 loans in May,...

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Jun 23, 2021

 Supreme Court: a woman who betrayed her husband should not be denied half the value of her  house
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

An expanded panel of the Supreme Court judges Thursday overturned a previous ruling in the court, stating that a woman who betrayed her husband should not be denied her entitlement to half the value of the house in which they lived. Were in the minority. The central question in which the judges ruled is whether infidelity could be a consideration in the decision to divide property between divorced spouses. In 2018, the High Court upheld the ruling of the Great Rabbinical Court in the case, thus strengthening its decision to consider treason in the division of property. Until then, the...

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Jun 24, 2021

Corona infection rises: 138 Israelis were infected yesterday - Binyamina is defined a red city
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Binyamina is defined today as a red city according to the traffic light plan for the fight against Corona, due to the surge in morbidity in its territory. The definitions in the program have no practical significance since the removal of the restrictions in recent weeks, but they reflect high data on the number of patients in the city, the rate of positive tests and a change in the number verified in the last week. There have been no red settlements in Israel since March 30. Intelligence is defined as yellow today, and the rest of the cities in the country are green. Meanwhile, the upward...

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Jun 24, 2021

Tens of thousands celebrate the city's 21st Pride Parade without tourists due to the Corona
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Tens of thousands of people gathered on Friday afternoon in Tel Aviv to celebrate the city's 21st Pride Parade. Six giant colorful trucks lead the parade participants which begins at the Lahat Promenade and will pass from Snow Street at the corner of Herbert Samuel Street to Charles Clore Garden. Crowds dance and wave the flag of pride and the flag of the trans community. Yaniv, a member of the "Pink Front", said: "We were part of the Balfour protest with the Pink, and we continue from here because there is no democracy without equality, whether it is for LGBT people, Arabs, Jews,...

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Jun 25, 2021

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