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The secretary-general also urged the prime minister to release the PA tax revenue held by Israel.
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Cruz is no stranger to letting his religion influence his politics, and he often embraces the crossroads between the two.
By ARIEL COHEN
As the 31 March deadline for a framework agreement between the P5+1 and Iran is fast approaching, US Congressional disagreements over executive orders continue to stir.
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While words have the power to move people, anything uttered by an Israeli politician in the days leading up to an Election Day should probably be dismissed as good old-fashioned electioneering.
By GIDON BEN-ZVI
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By GREER FAY CASHMAN
New city council member Aaron Leibowitz hopes to bring about change in the capital.
By PEGGY CIDOR
David Axelrod had given Miliband a script which had rhetoric almost, at times, as soaring as Obama’s.
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Thomas Kienbauer defended his work on Tuesday, saying it represented legitimate political commentary.
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White House supports revisions; Democrats hail bill as a demonstration of compromise; Republicans say bill provides Congress "very little teeth" by way of oversight.
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French politician accuses elder Le Pen of sabotaging far-right party's efforts to move into political mainstream.
Netanyahu thought his exodus from the last, messy government would lead him to the promised land of easy-to-handle coalitions.
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The ruling came in response to a petition by the Green Leaf party.
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Labor has switched leaders every two years or so since Ehud Barak lost the election for prime minister in 2001.
Kahlon not only expects the Finance portfolio, but is also vying for the Construction Ministry.
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Faction argues two sections of Likud-Bayit Yehudi coalition deal are illegal.
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Court cases, parliamentary maneuvers postpone swearing-in of next coalition.
High Court of Justice is set to respond by Monday morning to petition filed by Yesh Atid, requesting injunction to halt enlarging cabinet.
MK adviser to ‘Post’: The majority of Druse serve in the army with many in combat units; “If we are good enough to go to war, we are good enough to be in the government.”
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Throughout Netanyahu's political career, there have been those who served under him and felt wronged by him.
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Levy-Abecasis says seeks position with focus on socioeconomic issues.
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PM Netanyahu has until Wednesday at 8 p.m. to inform President Reuven Rivlin that he has formed a government.
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Ambassadors Zhan Yangxin, of China, Jonathan Andrew Carr of New Zealand and Gnama Henri Bacye of Burkina Faso present to President.
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More than 67 years after the state was founded, there is still a stigma about Israelis abroad.
According to Likud sources, Netanyahu has insisted that the next communications minister have significant powers anchored in coalition agreements.
Kahlon, not UTJ to sign first coalition deal, as early as Tuesday.
Negotiating teams to present draft agreements to faction leaders for approval.
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Legislation would add politicians to Supreme Court judicial selection panel.
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Still no progress between Netanyahu, Bayit Yehudi.
The survey of 1,133 Israelis who voted in the March 17 election found that developments over the last few days of the election, moved significant votes toward Likud.
Before becoming an MK, she headed the largest Arab women's NGO in Israel and was the editor-in-chief of an Arab-language daily newspaper.
Center-left leader refuted reports he secretly met with Netanyahu to discuss unity government.
Tourism Minister Uzi Landau tells the ‘Post’ in a parting interview how he never gave in and why he admires Netanyahu for standing up before Congress and saying what he believes.
Mazuz’s mother survived the Holocaust in Tunisia and then went to Israel on a freight ship to Haifa in 1947.
Senior faction officials clash over how to decrease staff following party's loss in March 17 election.
It could take a splitting solution to end the coalition conundrum that has become a splitting headache.
Bayit Yehudi’s Smotrich wants Israel to talk about Jewish rights to the land, instead of concessions.
Joubran says existing law outdated, archaic, overlooks Internet.
Likud MK says undivided Jerusalem is most important.
On first day of new Knesset, lawmakers propose bills to annex West Bank, shorten coalition talks, curb rent hikes.
Messages of unity abound in 20th Knesset inauguration after divisive election.
39 newcomers, 81 veterans attend festive session opened by Rivlin.
39 newcomers, 81 veterans to attend festive session opened by Rivlin.
Some 39 new MKs will swear allegiance to the Knesset, along with 81 veterans on Tuesday afternoon in the 20th Knesset’s celebratory first meeting.
"I am a great believer in willpower, determination and the ability to change our lives; I want to bring the change to a national, social level," Koren says.
Yisrael Beytenu, which proposed the electoral reform, strongly opposes the increase and any change to the law it initiated.
Joint List head: I invite all citizens, Arabs and Jews, to join us on this journey and demand recognition for all unrecognized villages.
"We need understanding of checks and balances," says Zionist Union MK.
Netanyahu will have 28 days to form a government – until Wednesday evening, April 22, the night of Independence Day.
Election leaves party with large debt, no party funding.
Yesh Atid MK says plans to be re-elected in next elections.
The Central Elections Committee had 60 people, including committee members and legal advisers, investigate 233 possibly problematic ballots.
PM affirms backing of two states; White House questions Netanyahu’s commitment to peace process.
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The first exit polls presaged a rough tie between the Likud and Zionist Union.
An artist’s election-season broadside reminded some of previous election tensions between Israelis of European and Middle Eastern backgrounds. Reality is happier.
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We have to wait and see how attached Netanyahu proves to be to his old/new clothes
By AMIEL UNGAR
The broad ideological gap between Israel and the US on Iran’s nuclear ambitions also explains the opposing views on Tehran's role in the chaos and brutality of the Middle East.
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‘A utopia Israel is not. But we do possess one of the strongest monetary systems, and our security situation is good. So this bitterness toward Bibi is somewhat perplexing’
By JPost Editorial
“When you listen to Fouad al-Siniora, you would say that this man is part of the Israeli project,” former Lebanese environment minister claims.
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By CAMERON BROWN
Walker, a Republican, and the others are honing their foreign policy credentials.
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Netanyahu has cobbled together a coalition with only a single-seat majority - to survive, it must be broadened.
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The UK’s election alternatives on Israel would seem to be between decent but ignorant and thus incoherent on the one hand, and poisonous, existentially agonized and lethal on the other.
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A balanced US budget amendment is a hoax perpetrated by ambitious politicians without the courage to make the difficult decisions on taxation and spending.
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