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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."
Left-wing politicians hold that the bill is part of a right-wing push toward creeping annexation.
“LGBTs want that it [homosexuality] will be normative... The LGBT community wants legitimacy and is prepared to make a lot of people miserable for this legitimacy."
By JEREMY SHARON
The main event and ruling over the Settlements Regulations Law are still yet to come next week.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
In its days as the National Religious Party, only Jews committed to keeping all the commandments could run for Knesset with the party.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The judicial counterrevolution must be led by a consensual and varied forum, not by one sectarian party.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Naor, who ran the judicial branch until October, made the comments to Kan radio in what was only her second public interview since stepping down.
The law states that the two could declare war under extreme circumstances in which urgency is necessary and there is not enough time to convene the legal quorum for a Security Cabinet meeting.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The event was filled with praise for the American president.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Tanzania's foreign minister attended the opening ceremony, the highest level visit by an official from the African country.
By HERB KEINON
The controversial nation-state bill passed the initial proposal to the Knesset, which means that the bill will now undergo further debate on its way to approval.
By MAARIV ONLINE
The Israeli public believes if the Supreme Court is denied the capacity to strike down laws enacted by the Knesset, there will be no checks on the government and it will have unlimited power.
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