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The local daily Maariv reported Friday that Israel Railways has budgeted $820,000 to plan the line.
The local daily Maariv reported Nov 26 that Israel Railways has budgeted $820,000 to plan the railroad.
The radio station quoted the director general of Israel Railways Yitzhak Harel as saying that, "one of the company's female controller saw the vehicle's driver going too fast through the barrier at the accident site.
Ahmed Tibi, an Arab member of the Israeli parliament, complained to Israel Railways and the attorney general last week, arguing that the move was meant "to cleanse the railways of Arab employees.
On Monday Israel Railways confirmed that 40 of its Arab-Israeli employees have been told their contracts will not be renewed in April because they have not served in the Israeli armed forces.
5 Million QADIMA, Israel, November 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Elbit Vision Systems (OTCBB: EVSNF) today announced that it has a won a tender against a number of competitors to provide Israel Railways with a high-speed rail inspection system.
The driver escaped before the train struck, and tried to alert Israel Railways to the vehicle on the tracks, but was not able to avert the train crash, media re ported.
Lockman, writing with genuine empathy for a number of the activists on all sides (his personal sketches indicate that he might like to do full-length biographies of some of them) is fully aware of the heartbreaking character of the final result: So it was that in the summer of 1948 Efrayyim Krisher, a Hashomer Hatza'ir activist employed at the Haifa railway workshops who had worked closely with Arab unionists for a decade and owed his life to their quick thinking and personal bravery on December 30, 1947 [in the murderous violence instigated by ETZEL's Haifa refinery outrage], was busy trying to round up enough Jews who knew something about railway work to get what was now the Israel Railways up and running again.