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In classic Netanyahu style, he allowed Peretz’ words on the lack of Palestinian voting rights to hang in the air over the weekend, like a piece of laundry one forgot to take down.
Another issue that causes a split in the right-wing bloc is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“There is no problem with a unity government,” Lapid wrote on Twitter. “There is only one man, only one, who has to move aside and go deal with his indictments.”
“Miriam Peretz has devoted her life to education and imparting the Jewish and Zionist heritage while conducting lectures to youth and soldiers."
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
"This split must not lead to the establishment of the fifth Netanyahu government," he said. "We will not forgive ourselves if that happens."
Poll finds only three percent gap between PM, Gantz.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid said in a press conference Tuesday that he intends to have Barbivai serve as a senior minister if he is in the next coalition.
By LAHAV HARKOV
"I am not on the left, I do not rule out a coalition meeting with the Likud, but I will not sit with Netanyahu if an indictment is filed against him," he added.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Trump himself said in a speech in August in West Virginia that since he moved the embassy to Jerusalem, it was now the Palestinians’ turn to get something big.
By HERB KEINON
Coalition heads meeting to take place at 1 p.m.
"For almost two years as finance minister, he sabotaged my work from morning until night. He criticized me for his failures."
By EYTAN HALON
The bill in question sets targets for haredi enlistment in the IDF or national civilian service that rise each year over the next decade.
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.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
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