Netanya

What is Netanya known for?


public attacks

. In the middle of June, Palestinian factions intensified bombardment over the city of Sderot with improvised Qassam rockets. Palestinian attacks resulted in 2 Palestinians and 1 Chinese civilian killed by a Qassam, and 2 Israelis were killed. The wave of attacks lessened support for the disengagement plan (Israel's unilateral disengagement plan) among the Israeli public. Attacks on Israel by the Islamic Jihad (Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement) and the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades increased


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April 2003. at the Park Hotel in Netanya, Israel on 27 March 2002, during a Passover seder. Thirty civilians were killed in the attack and 140 were injured. It was the deadliest attack against Israelis during the Second Intifada. 280px thumb Park Hotel in Netanya. Photo taken in 2012 (File:Park Hotel in Netenya, Israel.JPG) During the Jewish holiday of Passover in 2002, Park Hotel in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya held its traditional annual Passover


ancient site

was drawn up at a meeting of the Bnei Binyamin association in Zikhron Ya'akov. The location was decided upon near the ancient site of Poleg and it was decided to name it in honor of Nathan (Hebrew: ''Natan'') Straus (1848–1931),

), also called '''Mukhalid''', was a Palestinian (Palestinian people) village in the District of Tulkarm,


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the election claiming election fraud. (BBC) 398 Netanya CBS – Eilat CBS Express Express Atlit Interchange, Hadera, Netanya, Herzliya - Express Herzliya - Hasira Interchange, Netanya Interchange, Hadera- Olga Interchange, Afula CBS, Golani Junction - Express Herzliya – Hasira Interchange, Netanya


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and a nursing school, serving a regional population of over 450,000. Transportation Public transportation Sea Opera (File:Seaopera2898.JPG), Netanya's tallest building. thumb 140px The public transportation in Netanya is based on buses, railway and service taxis. The Netanya Railway

Medical Center – Laniado Hospital accessdate 25 December 2010 today it encompasses two medical centers, a children’s hospital, a geriatric center and a nursing school, serving a regional population of over 450,000. DATE OF DEATH June 18, 1994 PLACE OF DEATH Netanya


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the election claiming election fraud. (BBC) 398 Netanya CBS – Eilat CBS Express Express Atlit Interchange, Hadera, Netanya, Herzliya - Express Herzliya - Hasira Interchange, Netanya Interchange, Hadera- Olga Interchange, Afula CBS, Golani Junction - Express Herzliya – Hasira Interchange, Netanya


multiple development

; Currently, there are plans to make Netanya a major tourist hub, both to Israelis and European tourists, by turning the city's coastline into an "Israeli Riviera", with multiple development projects planned for the city's shore. Among


poetry international

as the Tel Aviv Poets. He was co-founder and co-editor of the literary magazine ''Siman Kriya'', and a poetry editor for the Am Oved publishing house. Meir Wieseltier, Poetry International thumb right 200px The symbolic start of the Axis occupation of Greece during World War II Occupation (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-164-0389-23A, Athen, Hissen der Hakenkreuzflagge.jpg): German


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Train" Beit Yad Lebanim – the memorial to fallen IDF soldiers from Netanya, the National Memorial for Fallen Ordnance Corps, the Alexandroni Brigade Memorial, the National Victory Monument – dedicated to the Russian Red Army victory over Nazi Germany and the Memorial to Victims of Acts of Terror. Education According to the Netanya Municipality, the city has 36,544 students including 5,351 pupils in 186 kindergartens, 16,748 in 46

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Netanya

thumb Gan Hamelech, 1940 (File:PikiWiki Israel 475 NETANYA GAN HAMELECH גן המלך.jpg) '''Netanya''' ( south of Haifa, between the 'Poleg' stream and Wingate Institute in the south and the 'Avichail' stream in the north. Netanya was named in honor of Nathan Straus, a prominent Jewish American (American Jews) merchant and philanthropist in the early twentieth century.

Its of beaches have made the city a very popular tourist resort. In addition, the city is known for its large immigrant population. A significant percentage of the city's population consists of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, France, and Ethiopia, and the city is home to a notably large population of Anglo speaking immigrants from the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), at the end of 2009 the city had a total population of 183,200. An additional 150,000 people live in the local and regional councils within of Netanya which serves as a regional center for them. The city mayor is Miriam Feirberg. The city is expected to reach a population of 350,000 by 2020.

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