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June 3, 2001 | By Barbara Demick and Nomi Morris INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
A hot afternoon at the beach turned even hotter yesterday as hundreds of enraged Israelis, some in bathing suits, attacked the Hassan Beq mosque across the oceanfront boulevard from the disco where a suicide bomber killed himself and 18 others Friday night. "We should tear this place down. We hate the Arabs," said Dor Pincas, 18, who wore a motorcycle helmet as he threw rocks at the mosque. Arab youth inside the mosque compound threw stones back, as Israeli police wrestled to take control.
BUSINESS
July 3, 2009 | By Linda Loyd INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
If a prize were given for who came the farthest to be on US Airways Group Inc.'s inaugural flight to Tel Aviv, Israel, Rabbi David Glickman and his family would win. The rabbi from Maui, Hawaii, his wife, Jody, and their three young children flew standby, first to Phoenix and then here, to get on Philadelphia's first nonstop daily Flight 796 to Israel. "We made it!" he said Wednesday night, waiting to board. "We feel blessed. " The flight pushed away from the gate at 9:15 p.m. Wednesday and arrived 12 hours later - at 4:28 p.m. Tel Aviv time - after being delayed by thunderstorms here.
NEWS
March 10, 1996 | By Carol Morello, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The day before she died, 15-year-old Hadas Dror wrote in her diary that yet another suicide bomber had struck aboard a Jerusalem bus. "Huge explosion," reads her March 3 entry. "Boom, boom, boom. Lots of deaths, blood, wounded. " Under March 4, Hadas had penned in simply: "Tel Aviv. " Hadas set off for Israel's most vibrant city with three classmates: Bat Hen Shahak, Dana Guterman and Nili Zeltzer. The girls tried to cajole other teens to join them and celebrate Bat Hen's birthday during the merry holiday of Purim.
NEWS
October 23, 1994 | By Carol Morello, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They had been here many times before, to laugh and play, but yesterday they came to gawk and wonder what it all means. The signs of Wednesday's carnage still lay around the thousands who were drawn to Dizengoff Street on a Sabbath Saturday. Glass chunks, from windows shattered by the bomb blast on the bus, littered the sidewalk. Tree trunks were gouged by shards of metal that left gaping holes from which sap dripped like so many tears. Death notices tacked to poles denounced the "sons of evil" who had sent a suicide bomber on a rush-hour bus in which 21 people died.
NEWS
January 23, 1991 | By Martin Merzer and Vernon Loeb, Inquirer Gulf Staff The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this article
An Iraqi Scud missile broke through Patriot air-defense systems and slammed into a densely populated Tel Aviv neighborhood last night, again raising fears that the Israeli government might retaliate. The Israeli army reported that three elderly residents died of apparent heart attacks, while 73 other people were injured, three of them critically. Later, Health Minister Ehud Olmert put the injury toll at nearly 100. An Israeli general said last night that two Patriot missiles were fired at the incoming Iraqi Scud, but that both missed it. The Patriots were operated by U.S. crews, working in coordination with Israeli officers.
NEWS
July 24, 2014 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
US Airways canceled Tuesday's daily nonstop flights between Tel Aviv, Israel, and Philadelphia because of the conflict between the Israeli military and Hamas fighters in Gaza. Other U.S., European, and Canadian airlines suspended flights amid heightened concerns after a Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down last week over Ukraine, killing all 298 on board. The Federal Aviation Administration banned U.S. airlines Tuesday from flying to and from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport for at least 24 hours, citing a rocket fired from Gaza that landed near the airport in Tel Aviv.
NEWS
July 13, 2014 | By Michael Matza, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Eti Cohen's telephone rings these days, it is often her sister calling in tears from Israel, with air-raid sirens wailing in the background. Cohen, owner of the Center City restaurant Hamifgash, was born in Jerusalem. Her sister Mazi, 47, lives near Tel Aviv. "This needs to be over," said Cohen, speaking of the Palestinian rockets that have rained on Israel by the hundreds this week, and Israel's numerous air strikes on Gaza. "People are afraid. " Bareeq Albarqawi, 26, of Somerset, N.J., a Palestinian American whose parents are from two villages near Nablus, said the violence affects her, too, because her aunt and extended family live in that West Bank city.
NEWS
January 24, 1991 | By Vernon Loeb, Inquirer Gulf Staff
Residents are fleeing this Israeli city in droves until the threat of Iraqi missile attacks subsides, heading for kibbutzim in the countryside, hotels in Jerusalem and resort towns in northern and southern Israel, out of the range of Scud missiles. Jerusalem's hotels, which have operated at half their normal occupancy rates for the last four months, have filled up with people from Tel Aviv since the Scud attacks began last week. In Eilat, the beach resort on the southern tip of Israel, war in the Persian Gulf has scared European tourists away, but no matter: The town is full of Israelis, most of whom have driven down from Tel Aviv.
BUSINESS
October 20, 2011 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
Three US Airways employees at Philadelphia International Airport have been fired, and a number of others disciplined, for selling their employer-issued "buddy" passes for a profit on flights between Philadelphia and Tel Aviv, Israel. The FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office in Philadelphia are investigating, US Airways spokesman Todd Lehmacher said. The three employees fired were a US Airways manager, a fleet service agent, and a customer service agent, Lehmacher said. "Several employees were involved in a fraudulent ticket scheme that involved using employee travel benefits to and from Tel Aviv," he said.
NEWS
September 4, 2011 | By Daniella Cheslow, Associated Press
TEL AVIV, Israel - More than 400,000 Israelis poured into streets across the country Saturday night, Israeli media estimated, in a show of strength behind a social protest movement that has rocked the country for two months. The demonstrations in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, and elsewhere against Israel's high cost of living, its housing crisis, and distorted distribution of wealth marked the high point - so far - of a summerlong grassroots protest movement that has ballooned from a few tents in Tel Aviv to a nationwide phenomenon that has delivered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government its most serious domestic crisis.
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