A retro storefront greets the excited customers as they wait in line. The workers inside the small shop work at a feverish pace. A few sitting at a white table on high chairs outside the store examine those waiting with satisfaction. This is Cofix, the new sensation of the world of coffee, where only coins are needed for one simple reason: everything you could want is here for the low price of 5 shekels (less than $1.50).
As a key leader in a number of organizations at Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, it’s hard to imagine that Michael Sacks ever felt left out.
The Palestinian economy is not yet strong enough to support a sovereign state because of its heavy reliance on foreign aid, according to a World Bank report.
Israeli restrictions have inhibited what otherwise would have been substantial progress in the Palestinian economy, the World Bank reported.
The World Bank is conducting a $14 million study of a plan to build a canal from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea. Environmentalists say the canal idea is a risky proposition to save the Dead Sea, which is rapidly shrinking.
The way to save the Dead Sea is by restoring freshwater flow from a rehabilitated Jordan River, not building an ecologically risky channel from the Red Sea
The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved $200 million in aid to the Palestinians.
In response to recent human rights violations perpetrated by the Iranian government, the House of Representatives passed an amendment brought to the floor by Congressman Brad Sherman during consideration of the foreign aid bill for fiscal year 2001. The amendment seeks to cut World Bank funding by $10 million to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The world has an odd habit, alert readers have noticed, of exploding in springtime, smack in the middle of the Season of our Liberation. Sometimes these explosions disrupt those carefully laid Passover plans in the most annoying way. At other times, Passover just gains new meaning.