Despite Haifa’s dull image as a city of retirees and blue-collar workers, some of the new immigrants are satisfied, citing the lower rents, the social life, the views and the business opportunities.
Transportation companies and businesses dependent on truck deliveries will want the restrictions watered down as much as possible.
'It’s dangerous for all the young people to concentrate in the "state of Tel Aviv,"' says organizer of new movement. 'It’s a bit pretentious, but we can call it 'pioneering.'
From Safed in the north to Ashdod in the south, secular and ultra-Orthodox Jews are locked in a struggle over whether stores and leisure facilities should open on Shabbat. The fighting is fierce, but neither side can claim a decisive victory.
Parks authority documents crossings of animals, albeit no gazelles yet, over national road company’s new earth-covered bridge.
Traversing the country by rail entails crowded cars, uninspiring views and long waits – and they don’t operate on Shabbat.
Officials had told Haaretz that signs would be translated by August, but new signs have been added and even made accessible to the death while no Arabic yet appears.
If fresh meat is to be imported, at least, 'live exports' – or, more appropriately, 'death shipments' of animals for slaughter – should be banned.
The results of Prof. Jeff Steinhauer's black hole experiment at the Technion bridges two previously unreconcilable theories of physics.
The hostel, which annually houses some 300 teens between the ages of 12 and 18, is the only one of its kind in the north of the country.