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Naftali Bennett: “I see no justification not to approve the plan at this time.”
Knesset Constitution Committee chairman Nissan Slomiansky's proposal calls for courts to draw on “principles of Hebrew law” in instances that are not covered by existing law.
Angry politicians threatened to pressure Netanyahu to rescind the decision, which would prevent workers from breaking ground on new housing projects.
An online poll of the religious-Zionist news site Srugim found on Sunday that 60% of its readers prefer Smotrich, followed by Ben-Dahan with 15%, and Yogev with 9%. Ariel received 6% of the vote.
By LAHAV HARKOV
“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.
"We will continue to lead [the party] to great achievements and properly represent the national-religious public."
By URI BOLLAG
Bayit Yehudi will choose its Knesset candidates in a primary among its 30,000 members the first week of February.
By GIL HOFFMAN
City of David VP running in Bayit Yehudi primary
Unsurprisingly in an era of personality politics, political platforms and ideology are not the major problem for any of the parties.
MK Moti Yogev says legal system too slow on punishing terrorists.
Ayelet Shaked lays down the law about the International Criminal Court and the Netanyahu probes.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
“Hundreds of incidents of assimilation in Ramle, nobody cares, tomorrow it could be your daughter. Only a strong Bayit Yehudi will protect Jewish Ramle,” the full ad reads.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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