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The one-time leader and present joint head of the ultra-Orthodox Sephardi party Shas. Currently sharing the role with his political rival Eli Yishai. Deri was jailed between 2000-2002 for corruption.
Deri is scheduled to visit interior ministers from the Czech Republic and Hungary as well as other Jewish institutions.
Taibeh resident Hassan Taher Shir Yusuf planned several attacks including a car bomb attack against city's police station.
Representatives of 21 organizations from around the world will not be allowed to enter Israel's borders; "We have switched from defense to offense," says minister in charge.
In 2000, Deri was convicted of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, for which he served 22 months in prison until 2002.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Even if Deri’s time as chairman of Shas finally ends in a second indictment, the movement is likely to live on and perhaps regain some of its former glory.
By JEREMY SHARON
Will Netanyahu's coalition collapse?
By LAHAV HARKOV
Deri, Israel's interior minister, was recommended to be indicted on counts of fraud and breach of trust.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
In Ramat Gan, residents received text messages saying that candidate Carmel Shama-Hacohen reached an agreement with Interior Minister Arye Deri to incorporate Ramat Gan into Tel Aviv.
Meanwhile, Shas chairman and Interior Minister Arye Deri caused controversy by seemingly referring to Berkowitz as “the devil” in a speech he gave last week.
Minister of the Interior and Shas Chairman Aryeh Deri launched a fierce attack against Lion's rival during a party meeting in Tel Aviv.
By JULIANE HELMHOLD,CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
Slamming the move, the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants said that with Congolese elections coming up, and thus a time of increased violence, the policy shift was highly irresponsible.
There are some 180,000 eligible voters in Arab neighborhoods, but barely one percent of eligible Arab voters cast ballots in the last Jerusalem mayoral race five years ago.
By GIL HOFFMAN,TAMARA ZIEVE
Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay backs current Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai despite support for term limits.
By GIL HOFFMAN
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