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Liberman added left-wing Labor, Meretz and the Arab parties to his list of who could not be brought into a coalition.
"The abolition of the prohibition of gender segregation in public events is a religious coercion that constitutes a violation of equality and misogynistic discrimination funded by the government."
"The prime minister said he was ready to throw away Liberman," he said. "I hope Gabbay shows everyone what is on his phone."
Netanyahu is using the tactic known as “gevald,” a Yiddish expression of alarm, which in the political context means he is trying to scare people.
By LAHAV HARKOV
As a result, the government will most likely collapse and trigger early elections.
By URI BOLLAG,JOSH AXELROD
Netanyahu did not want to make a decision on whether to advance the next election until he knew whether a compromise could be reached with the haredim on the bill by the December 2nd deadline set by the Supreme Court.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Iranian-backed militias and their party are seeking a governing coalition against weakened prime minister Haider al-Abadi, while the Kurds remain in the middle.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
On Saturday “unknown forces” fired toward a US-led anti-ISIS Coalition base at Tanf in Syria. The Tanf Garrison “received fire” but “there are no reported damages or injuries."
“There won’t be any compromise on the financial sanctions, we will not accept them,” Moses told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday.
By JEREMY SHARON
Last week, Assad said he regarded the United States as an occupying power in Syria.
The court's fight with the coalition over the state's policy for African migrants has precipitated the latest push to circumscribe the court's powers.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The compromises under discussion may not work in Israel’s explosive political environment.
“If the coalition leaders want to take [the compromise] to the end, they’re welcome to. If not, we’ll have an election. We won’t agree to a new crisis every month.”
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