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Lieberman: To My Sorrow, The Chareidim Have Grown In Elections And This Is A Threat

Yisrael Beitenu party chairman, MK Avigdor Lieberman, held a press conference on Monday evening during his pre-Pesach holiday “toast” for faction members.

During the event he stated his representative will recommend to President Reuven Rivlin to give the presidential mandate to form the next coalition government to Binyamin Netanyahu, which was done on Tuesday, when his delegation met with the president.

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Met Council Expands America’s Largest Free Pesach Distribution To 129 Sites [PHOTOS]

“We offer the best deal in New York,” explained David G. Greenfield, CEO of Met Council. “You give us access to the needy people and we will give you all the kosher food they need for Pesach.” That’s how Met Council was able to expand America’s largest free Pesach food distribution from 120 locations last year to 129 locations across New York this year.

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Jerusalem Light Rail Prepared For Pesach

The light rail in Jerusalem is preparing for the mass of visitors expected to arrive in the capital during Pesach. As part of the preparations, CityPass, the light rail operator, adjusted the frequency of trains during Chol Hamoed Pesach, and trains will be strengthened in the evening so that the waiting time will be shortened, and the frequency will increase.

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UnitedHealth Beats Expectations All Around

UnitedHealth Group beat first-quarter expectations and raised its 2019 forecast, as the nation’s largest insurer increased Medicare coverage and received another boost from its growing business outside health insurance.

The performance softened, at least temporarily, an unusual stock price slump so far this year.

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New In-Patient Pediatric Psychiatric Department Opens in Mayanei Hayeshua Hospital

Number One in Patient Satisfaction – for 5th consecutive yearEvery year, Israel’s Health Ministry conducts a Patient Satisfaction survey among all the country’s hospitals. The very latest results published in February 2019, show that once again, Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center has topped the table with a satisfaction score of 85%.Expressing his delight that the hospital has been voted #1 in patient satisfaction for the 5th consecutive year, CEO Shlomo Rothschild said: “From the day we opened, we have striven to offer a patient experience that is second to none.

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