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While "the US President is a great friend of Israel," Shaked said, "this step does not help Israel and strengthens Erdogan, who is an antisemite."
New regulations signed by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked on Thursday are specifically to be used against Amnesty International.
"Anyone who wants a right-wing government must vote for Likud," the Likud said in a statement.
In an interview with The Post last July, Gutnick endorsed Shaked to be Netanyahu’s replacement whenever he would leave office.
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Elections show following anti-liberal trend of some democracies.
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“For 40 years the Right was not really ruling,” Shaked said, “those who made the decisions were the judges.”
By HAGAY HACOHEN
“[Ayelet] Shaked will win over the High Court, [Naftali] Bennett will defeat Hamas,” read a new series of billboards from the New Right Party.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Israel politicians suddenly discover marijuana as a campaign issue.
By DAVID BRINN
'It is not logical that a whole section of society is not represented,' says New Right MK, hopeful of being reappointed justice minister
She also said that, as the Trump administration is getting ready to release its long-expected Peace Plan it's very possible Israel Resilience leader Benny Gantz will join the coalition.
At Shishi Tarkbut, Shaked spoke on the elections, the death penalty, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The New Right co-leader said she is certain Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will lead the next government and therefore the makeup of his coalition will be crucial.
When asked if the Right should unite Shaked said that the right "should consider it if the Left forms a massive joint party."
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