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Labor’s international secretary called the decision hypocritical and said Labor’s decision to suspend its membership was immediate and would become permanent if the decision is not cancelled.
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Morning flights halted at Ben-Gurion, public transit to operate as usual.
Kuwait had already imposed this requirement on Lebanese women, though only the latter require a security clearance.
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
The protests come as Iran’s economy has been hard-hit by U.S. sanctions, which were reimposed November 5 after the United States withdrew from the 2016 Iran nuclear deal in May.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
An ambulance erupted in chorus on Tuesday as Ora Marsiano went into labor.
By TAMAR BEERI
After more than 70 years of parliamentary activity and 37 years of leading the state, there is a high possibility that Labor will not pass the threshold and will cease to exist.
By ORI WERTMAN
Four decades after undoing their historic alliance, the Jewish state's twin founders are meeting again – on their deathbeds.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The big stories about politics in this election cycle have had almost nothing to do with policy, and everything to do with personality.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The reality is that if a new government were to replace the current Likud-led coalition, the current security and foreign policies would remain in place.
By ISI LEIBLER
Its vibrant list of candidates represented diversity, change and a new page. Behind party leader Avi Gabbay, members chose Itzik Shmuli and Stav Shaffir to the top of the party’s list for elections.
The current state of the Labor Party heading into the coming elections seems a serious fall.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Avi Gabbay illustrated why punishments should fit their crime – his treatment of Tzipi Livni was so vindictive, he made her look sympathetic while he seemed mean.
By GIL TROY
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