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Votes are in for municipal elections, Jerusalem readies for a Nov. 13 showdown
Jerusalem will face a runoff for mayor between Ofer Berkovitch and Moshe Lion, and Haifa’s mayor of 15 years was upset by the city’s first female mayor-elect, Einat Kalisch Rotem.
Could Chinese involvement in Israeli ports pose a security risk?
Haifa’s growing port, located close to a naval base, will be managed by one Chinese company, while a second port in Ashdod, also near a naval base, is being constructed by a second Chinese firm.
Haifa’s on the rise, with university leading the way in building and development
Thanks to new financial contributions, the University of Haifa is embracing a city in need with innovative ventures, paving new roads towards establishing an urban exemplar for idyllic peace, diversity and prosperity in Israel.
Flavor-maker Frutarom sold in second-largest ‘exit’ in Israeli history
The company currently employs 2,700 employees around the world and sells more than 70,000 products to 30,000-plus clients in more than 150 countries.
Leading Israeli hospital partners with Stanford for medical-tech symposium
Rambam and Stanford will hold a joint symposium to explore best practices and cutting-edge developments in clinical medicine, research and medical technology.
Ahmadi Muslims, among persecuted Mideast minorities finding religious freedom in Israel, promote a message of peace
As a small Islamic sect of an estimated 20 million people—about 1 percent of the global Muslim population—the Ahmadiyya community is a persecuted minority across the Middle East. In Israel, Ahmadis enjoy full religious and cultural freedom and pray in the only Ahmadi mosque in the Middle East.