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Initiative launched to reduce violence against children.
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On Tuesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers crushed the Atlanta Hawks 118-88 to complete a 4-0 sweep of the Eastern Conference Final and will now head to the national finals.
The only certainty at the club is that whatever decision is ultimately made, it will remain under tight wraps until it becomes public.
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“If there will be an Arab player who will fit the team and will want to join us, I will sign him," Beitar owner Tabib says.
“What happened in Morocco was a disgrace,” said Israel’s former world champion Yarden Gerbi.
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Netanyahu invited Lapid to meet with him as part of a series of meetings with the heads of opposition factions.
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The prime minister called on Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana to join in applying pressure to avoid a rushed nuclear deal with Iran.
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Noting that the assault took place while Pakada was in uniform, the lawsuit stated that the attack was “an incidence of racism-motivated police violence.”
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Test provides surprising results.
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Ethiopian Israelis have frequently complained that certain local rabbinates refuse to register them for marriage owing to the refusal of some chief municipal rabbis to accept them as Jewish.
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The Chief Rabbinate has declined to automatically renew Riskin’s appointment and has summoned him for a hearing; Riskin and the Rabbinate are divided over the devolution conversion authority.
By JPOST EDITORIAL,JTA,GIL HOFFMAN
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Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel responded with a thinly-veiled threat to break apart the coalition, which currently has the minimum 61 seats.
Likud MK Elkin, who lost his strategic affairs ministry to Likud no 2, Gilad Erdan, asked for the Jerusalem affairs portfolio despite PMO's agreement to work in tandem with Jerusalem's mayor, Barkat.
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The police and the Ministry of the Environment were called on to examine the contents of the envelope.
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Coalition chairman Tzachi Hanegbi, who will head the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, said the chairmen of the committees would be named next Monday.
Beitar opened an unassailable four-point gap over Maccabi Haifa with one match to play after the Greens lost 1-0 to Maccabi Petah Tikva.
Jerusalem, the No. 2 seed, registered its 18th win from the past 20 games overall and came through the series with unexpected ease.
There was real concern in Jerusalem last week that the Obama administration would allow a UN conference to force Israel to end the ambiguity surrounding its nuclear arms capability.
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Olmert, who served as then-prime minister Ariel Sharon’s top deputy in August 2005, is perceived as "one of the architects of the disengagement from Gush Katif."
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In response to the suicide of Ariel Ronis, the manager at the Interior Ministry's Population Immigration and Border Crossing Authority, Knesset members are speaking out against online bullying.
The responses on Facebook, such as likes, shares, and comments, says Ravid, validates and empowers people's opinions in their own minds, even when that share is to disagree with the original post.
Riskin to Post: My position on conversion should not be cause for deliberating as to whether I continue.
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