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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.
Groups turn to High Court hours after marathon filibuster efforts fail to thwart controversial bill critics claim tie police hands and hide essential information from the public.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Haredi leader and United Torah Judaism chairman MK Yaakov Litzman proposed a bill that would require an academic degree to be a prime minister which is considered a move against MK Yair Lapid.
By JEREMY SHARON
"There are enough people in the coalition who didn’t come to politics to be a smokescreen for criminal activity."
By GIL HOFFMAN
At a press briefing, the Yesh Atid chairman took on Netanyahu's policies with half a dozen countries, criticizing the prime minister's relaxed attitude with certain leaders.
By HERB KEINON
Politicians from across the political spectrum came out against the United Nations vote.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Former foreign minister Tzipi Livni told the 'Post' Netanyahu’s Europe trip was a missed opportunity.
The law, if passed, would give the interior minister the authority to block bylaws passed by municipal authorities that allow grocery stores and mini markets to open on Shabbat.
“It is time for you to stop closing your eyes and blinding yourself to these facts. It is a joint war of all of us,” Lapid said.
The Netherlands is the only European country that does not differentiate between purported political and military wings of Hezbollah.
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