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The Jerusalem Report invites prominent Diaspora figures to offer their ideas for how Jews can make religious peace among themselves.
Eilat Mayor Meir Yitzhak Halevy (Likud) promised that shops would remain open on Saturday.
For years, the Jerusalem city council was considered one of the strongholds of the party, but the glory of the past has faded away.
Decision on Jerusalem or Tel Aviv as host city likely to be made today.
By AMY SPIRO
Yosef lobbied members of the electoral committee for the Council of the Chief Rabbinate to vote in favor of his close associate and politically agreed list of rabbis.
By JEREMY SHARON
Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay backs current Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai despite support for term limits.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Agudah, representing the hassidic haredi community, has opposed the current bill whereas Degel and Shas who see it as the best of a bad situation.
Eliran Malka’s The Unorthodox is a dramatic underdog story, filled with comic moments, about the founding of the Shas Party in Jerusalem in the early 1980s.
By HANNAH BROWN
Azouali resigned as a member of the ministerial committee for approving the proposed, and rather modest, renovations on Sunday morning, the third minister to do so in just over a week.
“Listen to our pain, they are not Jews," said Shas MK Yinon Azoulai
The Unorthodox dramatizes the story of the founding of the Shas party in 1983 and stars Shuli Rand.
Ovadia Cohen, whose late grandfather Ovadia Yosef was the Shas party spiritual leader and Israel’s foremost Sephardic halachic authority, will tie the knot next week with Amichai Landsman.
Eli Yishai also argued that keeping Yahad as an independent party on a joint list with Shas would garner more votes than if he were simply to return to Shas.
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