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161,400 Holocaust survivors still live in Israel -  In the past year 15,553 survivors have died
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Holocaust Martyrs 'and Heroes' Remembrance Day will begin tonight at 8 p.m., at the state rally at Yad Vashem. The main theme this year is "Trails to Doom - The Deportation of Jews during the Holocaust". Data from the National Insurance Institute show that there are slightly more than one hundred and sixty-one thousand survivors of the Holocaust in Israel - almost a third of whom receive a supplement to their income for a "senior citizen" pension. 161,400 Holocaust survivors and victims of antisemitic harassment during the Holocaust live in Israel - according to data published today...

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Apr 27, 2022

At Mount Herzl in Jerusalem opened yesterday the celebrations of the 74th Independence Day of Israel
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

At Mount Herzl in Jerusalem opens tonight (Wednesday) the celebrations of the 74th Independence Day of the State of Israel with the traditional beacon lighting ceremony - which for the first time in two years was held without any corona restrictions, and thousands came to the audience. This year, the ceremony was held under the banner "A hand meets a sister's hand," and 13 Israelis were chosen to light the 12 beacons symbolizing the 12 tribes of Israel. As a sign of consideration with the battle shocks, and as municipalities across the country have done, there will be no fireworks at the...

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May 4, 2022

Sanctions by El Al workers disrupted activities: the company didn't participating in the flight show
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Sanctions by El Al workers' committees disrupt the company's regular activities on Independence Day. Mechanics at the company abandoned their positions this morning before the civilian flight of the airlines, and following the protest, El Al is not participating in the civilian flight. The EL AL workers' protest took place after the Minister of Transportation, Rabbi Michaeli, spoke this morning at the opening of the launch event of the Israeli Civil Aviation aircraft of Independence Day

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May 5, 2022

Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality has approved the doubling of the hourly parking fee for visitors
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The Finance Committee of the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality has approved the doubling of the hourly parking fee in blue and white for visitors to the city center who are not residents. This will increase the price of parking from NIS 6.30 per hour today to NIS 12.60. The city council is expected to approve the change at its next meeting on May 23, and a month later it will take effect. The change in the tariff was made possible thanks to the "parking reform" that underwent the latest arrangement law, which, among other things, allowed the municipalities to raise the price of parking above NIS...

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May 9, 2022

Israel found disappointing quantities of gas but has secured itself for the next 25 years
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Energian's announcement of the discovery of another gas reservoir off the coast of Israel as part of the drilling conducted in Block 12, which is located between shark drilling and crocodile drilling, was disappointing in terms of quantities, but it reopens the question of competition and natural gas exports from Israel. The British-Greek company announced that it had discovered 8 BCM for sure, and that there was a high chance of finding another 50 BCM. This is not a huge amount that will change the gas map in Israel, but it can put pressure on Energian's competitors and cause a...

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May 9, 2022

State Comptroller's report: Israel fails to protect it's security and economic interests
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

No plans, no manpower, no professional knowledge and no trust from the public - this is the bleak picture that emerges from the State Comptroller's report when it comes to dealing with the online crime law enforcement system (or cybercrime). According to estimates, in 2020 the global damage from cybercrime was about $ 6 trillion, and it is expected to reach $ 10.5 trillion by 2025. In Israel, the number of investigative cases dealing with cybercrime increased between 2016 and 2020 by about 250% to 8,821 Bags.

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May 10, 2022

Fathers will be able to receive maternity leave up to a month at the expense of the state
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Fathers will be able to receive maternity leave lasting between two weeks and a month at the expense of the state, without offsetting the mother's maternity leave - this is the reform announced today by Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman (Israel Beiteinu) and Transport Minister Merav Michaeli (Labor). The cost to the state budget will reach hundreds of millions of shekels a year. Today, women in Israel after a normal birth are entitled to 15 weeks of unpaid work leave, and then to unpaid leave at their own expense up to one year after the birth. At the same time, fathers can take...

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May 11, 2022

Health Ministry investigates suspicion of contamination in milk powder production line at Tnuva
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Is Tnuva's milk drying plant the cause of the salmonella contamination in Strauss? The Ministry of Health is investigating a suspicion of contamination in the milk powder production line at the Tnuva plant, which is used as a raw material for many products on the market, including Strauss products. The powder is used, among other things, for the production of ice cream and sweets. It should be noted that Tnuva is the only one in Israel with a factory for the production of milk powder from raw milk, and is in fact the sole supplier of milk powder to the entire industry. The Ministry of...

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May 13, 2022

 a new dedicated center will be opened next week for the issuance of temporary passports
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

Ahead of a discussion to be held Wednesday in the Knesset's Interior Committee on the lack of queues at the Population Authority last year, the PA announced that a new dedicated center will be opened next week that will add hundreds of queues a day for the issuance of temporary passports. The temporary passport center will operate in the center of the country (near the Ayalon Mall, in Bnei Brak) and will be a center for anyone who has not had time to renew a passport before their expected trip. The center will issue temporary passports for a period of two years, at the same cost as a...

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May 17, 2022

Knesset approved the law to finance 75% of Academic studies for discharged soldiers
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

At the end of long hours, and after the exchange of attacks between the coalition and the opposition, the proposal to finance studies for discharged soldiers was finally approved tonight (Monday to Tuesday). The Likud agreed to accept a compromise proposal presented at the last minute by Defense Minister Bnei Gantz, according to which the funding will be 75% of the tuition fee, along with an immediate transfer of the money to the fighters. The coalition had a hard time finding the majority for long hours. Ra'am chairman Mansour Abbas pledged to support the vote - but there was no certainty...

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May 23, 2022

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