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New regulations signed by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked on Thursday are specifically to be used against Amnesty International.
Shaked ran in the April election on The New Right ticket that did not cross the threshold.
"Anyone who wants a right-wing government must vote for Likud," the Likud said in a statement.
“Bennett and Shaked are destroying right-wing parties, which won’t pass the electoral threshold,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told senior Likud officials.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Hayemin Hehadash expected to finish in double-figures.
By GIL HOFFMAN
“Bennett and Shaked have established a general, not a religious party,” Rabbi Haim Druckman told 'The Jerusalem Post.'
By JEREMY SHARON
The trio made up more than a third of the eight-seat faction, allowing them to take government funding for the next election with them.
If a right-wing party drops below the threshold, the Right would lose tens of thousands of votes and could lose its parliamentary majority.
Bennett and Shaked may think that they can take Likud votes instead of killing their old home, but they are further dividing up right-wing votes.
"We are starting a true partnership between those who are religious and secular," Bennett said.
By YVETTE J. DEANE,LAHAV HARKOV,GIL HOFFMAN
Even if Shaked gets her justice minister job back, without Naveh as an ally, her judicial revolution may be stalled from here on in.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The IDF spokesman announced the assassination of Hamed Ahmed Abed Khudri, which would mark the first time in a number of years that the IDF has used targeted assassinations against terrorist leaders.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM,HERB KEINON
So Bennett – the individual – lost terribly. And yet, he won massively. There are some 325,000 Jews now living permanently in east Jerusalem and another 450,000 Jews elsewhere in Judea/Samaria.
By DOV FISCHER
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