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  • Court to Retry Man Convicted for Plotting Hadera Bus Blast

    A military appeals court in the West Bank town of Ramallah ordered a retrial last week of the case of the case of a Palestinian who was sentenced to death for plotting a fatal terror attack. In mid-November, Said Badarneh was sentenced to death for involvement in the Hadera suicide bus bombing. In the attack,… More ▸

  • Arafat Contacted Rabin to Express His Sorrow over Attack in Hadera

    Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat contacted Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on the eve of Israeli Independence Day to express his sorrow over the bombing attack on a bus in Hadera on Wednesday morning. The PLO leader told Rabin that he had immediately condemned the attack, in which five Israelis were killed, during a meeting… More ▸

  • Rabin Vows Again to Pursue Peace in Wake of Latest Attack in Hadera

    Israeli government leaders vowed to continue the pursuit of peace, despite the terrorist bomb that killed five Israelis and injured 30 on the eve of Israel’s 46th Independence Day this week. The bomb exploded Wednesday morning on a bus in the central Israeli town of Hadera, one hour before sirens went off across the country… More ▸

  • Israeli Police Arrest 25 Suspects in Arab Terror Ring Near Hadera

    Police arrested 25 Israeli Arabs this week said to be members of hostile groups operating in the Hadera area. Aided by security forces, they bagged 15 suspects in Umm el-Fahm and 10 in nearby Muawiya village. It was reported to be the largest haul of alleged subversives among Israel’s Arab population this year. In addition,… More ▸

  • Hadera Mills Surrender to Demands

    The Hadera paper mills surrendered to demands by the ultra-Orthodox community in Jerusalem and pressure from the government not to employ Jews on the Sabbath. It hired a “kashrut supervisor” to make sure it adheres to the agreement and the Orthodox community, known as Eda Haredit, lifted its ban on paper from the Hadera mills…. More ▸

  • Coal to Hadera Power Station

    The first load of coal for the new power station at Hadera arrived in Israel this week from Australia. The 60,000 tons will start off-loading next week when a ship with special cranes, also carrying coal from Britain, arrives off Hadera tomorrow. The new power station, largest in the country and the first to be… More ▸