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Arab and Israeli Foodies Cook to Inspire Coexistence

in Life, Culture & Sports

Gear up for an Arabic food festival unlike any other. Over 45 chefs from the four quarters – Muslim, Christian, Druze, and Jewish. Culinary superstars from across the region will gather in Haifa for a 3-day food festival, not only to share their expertise in satisfying appetites, but also to stand together to support Haifa…

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Northern Israel Ravaged By Flames

in Economy & Innovation/Tourism & Nature

The northern part of Israel is urgently suffering due to many fires in the region since Tuesday. What may have started as a dry fire has now flipped into a state of emergency in Israel. Families have lost their homes and belongings, and over 60,000 people have been evacuated from Haifa, the well-known port city.…

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Sailing in the North

in Tourism & Nature

Israel’s coastal excursion in the north started operating this week. The pleasure cruise line links the two ports of Haifa and Acre which were partly renovated beforehand. The Tourism Ministry invested about NIS 11 m in the upgrading. Passengers are able to enjoy the scenic route including views of the Carmel mountains, the coastline, downtown…

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Take a bite of Haifa

in Tourism & Nature

Haifa, Israel’s big city between the Mediterranean and Mount Carmel is an up and coming destination for tourists. A new special sightseeing tour is aimed to show that Haifa has much more to offer than the visit of the famous Bahai Gardens: With the Haifa Street Food tours you can experience the city with your…

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Israeli-Jordanian railway for new trade

in Economy & Innovation

A pivotal project is going to revamp the business connections in Israel’s north: from October onwards a 40-mile rail line is going to connect Haifa with a terminal just five miles short of the Jordanian border. The idea of this railway is anything but new – in 1908 the Hejaz railway connected the port of…

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