Gov’t Approves 176 Jewish Homes In E. Jerusalem
The Israeli government has just approved a hundred and seventy-six new homes in Jerusalem. This enormous expansion means the neighborhood of Nof Zion is about to become the largest Jewish sector in all of East Jerusalem.
Russia Vetoes Probe Into Syrian Chemical Weapons
Russia used its veto power to officially end the probe into Syria’s suspected chemical weapon attacks. Nikki Haley slams Russia for aiding “dictators and terrorists” at the U.N.
What To Do With All The ‘Infiltrators’
May Golan, Conservative activist & CEO of Hebrew City speaking at ILTV studio about the new agreement the Israeli government signed with African countries that would allow the government to sidestep court decisions and forcibly deport African migrants to the nations that have agreed to absorb them.
Iran Sentences Alleged “Mossad Agent” To Death
Iran has just given a death sentence to a man accused of being an Israeli Mossad spy. Israel has a firm “no comment” policy on accusations like this but Iran has convicted the man of leaking intel to Israel, which led to the death of at least four scientists.
Hamas Reverses, Says Army Should Obey P.L.O.
Hamas’s leader is now saying that all its soldiers should fall under the umbrella of the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Qatar set to build new government headquarters in the Gaza Strip.
Anti-Semitic Anne Frank Stickers Get Circulated
Italian soccer fans have just posted anti-Semitic slogans at a soccer match to psych out a rival team, along with stickers of a photo-shopped Anne Frank.
Israel Raises Minimum Wage By Around 6%
The Israeli Labor Committee has just raised the monthly minimum wage by 6 percent. Starting on December first, the Israeli minimum wage will stand at 5,300 shekels per month, or 1,513 dollars. That’s a 300 shekel boost from 5,000 shekels.
Explore The World Of Tal Slutzker’s ‘Now’
Tal Slutzker, artist behind the “Now” solo exhibition speaking at ILTV studio about the "Now" solo exhibition that is hosted by the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art.
Israel Feeds Thousands Of Migrating Pelicans
Israel is feeding thousands upon thousands of pelicans that are making a pit stop as they migrate towards Africa. Agriculture Ministry makes this move to protect local fisheries & breeding grounds.
Jerusalem’s Open Restaurants Festival Is Back
ILTV's Emanuelle Kadosh speaking about the Jerusalem's Open Restaurants Festival that will see restaurants all across Jerusalem open their doors for dinners, special events and workshops.
Hebrew word Of The Day: HACHNASAH | הכנסה = INCOME
Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "hachnasah" which means "income"
The Weather Forecast
Tonight will be clear to partly cloudy with a low of sixty-six or nineteen degrees Celsius. Tomorrow is expected to remain clear to partly cloudy with a slight rise in temperatures with a high of eighty-five or twenty-nine degrees Celsius.
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