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Zo Flamenbaum has 753 articles published.

Plans for “Renewable Energy Capital” in Golan Heights

in Economy & Innovation

A Brief Note from the Editor – The Israeli-Swiss Association  First, we wish our readers, donors, and friends the happiest new year. We appreciate that you spend your time reading Between the Lines each week.  As you know, many organizations that depend on donations are going through difficult times, and donations are being reduced or canceled.…

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Over 2,400 Sudanese Refugees Granted Temporary Rights 

in Life, Culture & Sports

In what has been a long battle after thousands of Sudanese asylum seekers escaped genocide in 2013, the Israeli government has been ordered by the High Courts to make a decision on refugee status, or grant temporary rights. The announcement comes as  “a significant step for us as some have been waiting more than eight…

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Christian Community in Israel Grows by 1.4%

in Life, Culture & Sports

A recent study shows that the number of Christians in Israel has increased by 1.4% in 2020, who make up a total of 1.9% of Israel’s population. The Central Bureau of Statistics report also states that 84% of Christians are satisfied living in Israel, 24% of which are very satisfied.  Most Christians live in Nazareth,…

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Israeli Youth Travel to UAE to Reimagine Future

in Economy & Innovation

In the eighth year of its afterschool science, technology, and entrepreneurship program, PICO Kids has sent one of many upcoming delegations to Dubai for a 5-day summit focusing on water solutions. Sixteen kids, or PICO Ambassadors, from Jerusalem, Israel met a group of peers from the UAE who teamed up for a make-a-thon at the…

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Israel Tourism Industry Fails To Fly

in Tourism & Nature

As Omicron infiltrates conversation and population, Israeli authorities have decided to shut down its borders and bar entry of foreigners from a growing list of 50 countries. The announcement came as a shock to many, whose livelihoods depend on tourism, which turned to anger when Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman said that tour guides and travel…

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