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An Israeli parliamentary delegation will meet in Dublin with Palestinian Authority officials.
MK Oren Hazan and activists working for the return of prisoners of war and missing persons stopped a bus on its way to Nafha Prison to prevent families of terrorists from visiting.
Israeli Knesset member Oren Hazan offended Jordanian parliament member Yahia Saaid who invited him to meet face to face "if he is a man." Hazan accepted saying "I have an offer he can't refuse."
What would happen if a certain MK and the prime minister’s son came for advice? Well – Who am I to turn away young, enthusiastic patriots in distress?
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Now is the time to bridge the differences, not rumble on the Allenby Bridge.
By LIAT COLLINS
What the Labor Party needs, in order to remain a central player in the political game, is a charismatic leader who is not perceived as a leftie par excellence.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
While official Israel is more than adept at staging circumstance, pomp is not on the local menu.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
If the media could simply disregard Hazan, that too would be useful, but he is too good a story for the media to ignore.
Describing some of what’s happening here is necessary, though invoking the Holocaust should be off limits – to all.
A particular freshman lawmaker here could have a bright future. In fact, I hear a certain orange-haired pol calling him from far, far away.
Yariv Oppenheimer’s main job was to monitor settlement activities and file petitions to the High Court of Justice to force the demolition of buildings over the Green Line.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
In the spirit of these embarrassments, some dismissed this week’s Israeli version of these scandals as what those European rages were – journalistic brouhahas and political weeds. They are wrong.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Got a minute? Here's the week in review.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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