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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he bows his head following the death of IDF officer M. who was killed during an operation in the Gaza strip Sunday night.
Liberman: Hypocrites think Hamas protests are like Woodstock and we should give them flowers.
Yesh Atid cut the budget for stipends paid by the state to yeshiva students by more than half and significantly cut child allowances that disproportionately benefited the haredi community.
By JEREMY SHARON
Recording reveals he believes Netanyahu will quit after loss.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Lapid told Channel 12’s Meet the Press program: “We don’t need the Arabs for a blocking majority, because we will win.”
Everything said and done in the election before Thursday no longer matters. That includes statements that look hypocritical in retrospect.
"This is a historic day for Israel because this picture of unity has not been seen here for dozens of years," Gantz said.
Lapid-Gantz merger pushes female candidates further down on the combined list.
By AMY SPIRO
Likud finalizes its list: Haskel back in, Netanyahu speechwriter on list.
By LAHAV HARKOV
There are only two women in the top 10: Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid, Moshe Bogie Ya'alon, Gabi Ashkenazi, Avi Nissenkorn, Meir Cohen, Miki Haimovich, Ofer Shelah, Yoaz Hendel and Orna Barbivai.
Final party lists for the April 9th election must be submitted to the Elections Committee by Thursday night.
Lapid is followed on his list by MKs Meir Cohen and Ofer Shelah, retired IDF major-general Orna Barbivai, and MKs Yael German, Karin Elharar, Yoel Razbozov, Elazar Stern and Pnina Tamanu-Shata.
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