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Tel Aviv Lights Up with Ramadan Kareem

in Life, Culture & Sports

The central Tel Aviv city municipality building lit up in bright Arabic lights with a “Ramadan Kareem,” wishing Arab residents who practice to “have a blessed Ramadan.” Kicked off at the spring crescent moon, 1.6 million Arabs residing in Israel honor the 30-day holiday as the holiest month and one of the five pillars of…

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As Israel Turns 73, Population Up by 1.5% 

in Economy & Innovation

After last year’s Independence Day was spent in lockdown, this year has garnered a brand new appreciation for “independence.” Israel continues to cautiously reopen, with businesses, restaurants, culture spots, and general energy back to full flourishing. Wednesday evening and Thursday are lined up with organized parties, barbecues, and gatherings across the country. The annual Israeli…

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Druze in Israel Excel in Medical Field

in Health & Science

Making up only 2% of the Arabs in Israel, the Druze of Israel are known for their hospitality, their close-knit culture, and perhaps soon, their contribution within the medical field. Many serve in the Israel Defense Forces, which may serve as a starting point to advance within Israeli society.  One of the biggest Druze inspirations…

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Next Time in Tel Aviv or Dubai

in Economy & Innovation

“I very much hope that this webinar will be the beginning of new cooperation in this triad. Since the normalization agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates we see that a whole lot of energy, enthusiasm, and different projects were released,” said the Swiss ambassador to Israel, Jean-Daniel Ruch, explaining the idea behind the first…

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Early-Stage Arab Startups Receive Israeli Network Support

in Economy & Innovation

On a mission to “grow early-stage Arab-led startups into multimillion-dollar companies,” The Hybrid program supports eight startups per year to make the “startup investable” as soon as possible.  For the early-stage Arab entrepreneurs who are most certainly underrepresented in the startup world, there is a deep need for access to these resources, knowledge, and network.…

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