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Israel wants another 15 GW of solar energy by 2030

Energy minister Yuval Steinitz has announced the country’s 2030 renewable energy target will rise to 30%, with solar expected to account for the lion’s share. Approximately $23 billion more clean energy investment is envisaged this decade.

China-Israel business cooperation heating up

Clean, quiet, and organised, the operation site of Tel Aviv's Red Line...

Israel’s natural gas capacity boosted by 30 per cent

In preparation for the development of the country’s Leviathan reservoir, Israel’s natural...

Israel’s first female haredi pilot flies Netanyahu to Greece

El Al’s first female fervently Orthodox pilot flew Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu...

OECD projects continued growth for Israel in 2017-18

After a strong 2016, the economy is expected to continue to grow...

Israel to invest $1B in solar energy in West Africa

The West African regional group ECOWAS signed a memorandum of understanding with...

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Statements

Kantor Center Antisemitism Worldwide Report 2019 – The Coronavirus Crisis is Reviving ‘Blood Libels’ Against Jews

EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor said that already in the first few months since the global breakout of the coronavirus, there has been a rise in antisemitic manifestations relating to the spread of the disease and the economic recession triggered by the pandemic at the release of the Antisemitism Worldwide Report 2019. The total number of major violent incidents monitored in 2019 was 456, an 18% rise from 2018.

Message from Moshe Kantor

EJC President Dr. Moshe Kantor announced a series of important measures to provide support and assistance to Jewish communities and other people in need to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus crisis.

EJC expresses outrage at mass display of public antisemitism at Aalst Carnival

EJC expresses outrage at the appalling mass display of open antisemitism during carnival celebrations in the Belgian city of Aalst and stands in solidarity with its affiliate, the Coordinating Committee of Belgian Jewish Organisations (CCOJB).