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Bereaved families return offensive gifts to Defense Minister's house

Representatives of bereaved families outraged by clocks given by Defense Ministry with Christian, Islamic symbols but no Jewish symbols.

Bereaved families return offensive gifts to Defense Minister

Saturday night: Israel to end daylight saving time

As Israel prepares to move its clocks back one hour, leftist party moves to put an end to the time change.

Saturday night: Israel to end daylight saving time

Do Salaried Workers Need an Online Time Clock?

Here are just a few of the main reasons you should have your salaried employees use your online time clock software.

Do Salaried Workers Need an Online Time Clock?

Israel ends Daylight Savings Time

Last night (between Saturday and Sunday) at 02:00 officially begins winter clock. Daylight savings time will return at end of March.

Israel ends Daylight Savings Timeplayer

Stolen clock returned 28 years later

An elderly man returned clock to furniture store which he said he stole 28 years ago. He asked for "forgiveness and atonement" for his act.

Stolen clock returned 28 years later

Muslim 'clock boy' sues for $15 million

Dallas teen who was arrested after his homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb sues city of Irving and local school district.

Muslim 'clock boy' sues for $15 million

Muslim 'clock kid' reunited with his device

Texas teenager who was arrested for making a clock mistaken for a bomb gets his device back from police before moving to Qatar.

Muslim 'clock kid' reunited with his device

Knesset Approves Summer Time Extension

Knesset approves the first reading of a bill which determines that Daylight Saving Time will be extended until the end of October.

Knesset Approves Summer Time Extension in First Reading

Summer Time to Begin, Extending Beyond Yom Kippur

Israel moves to summer ( daylight savings) time on Friday morning. Clocks will be turned forward at 2:00 AM Friday morning by one hour

Summer Time to Begin; Will Extend Beyond Yom Kippur