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Whether it helped undecided voters make up their minds, solidified decisions already made, or raised new questions, the debate achieved its goals.
The party that took the most action on social issues is Labor, with a score of 37.7, while Bayit Yehudi ranked lowest with -3.2 points.
Plan to utilize students and other supporters of Israel around the world in the state’s efforts to defend itself in social media.
"Hold your flags up high and say Israel we are with you," ambassador to UK says as crowds celebrate state's birthday.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Freshman lawmaker merely misguided, says Rabbi Aharon Feldman, Dean of American Rabbinical college.
By SAM SOKOL
Party reportedly unhappy with the failure to improve educational facilities in the city as well as the city’s image.
By JEREMY SHARON
A silent revolution is occurring on the streets of Israel’s insular ultra-Orthodox enclaves.
The time has come for the country and its leaders to hear out the haredi voice.
By DOV LIPMAN
The notion that 60,000 young men need to focus exclusively on Torah study without receiving a general education, going to work or serving in the army, in order to maintain the Torah’s protection of Israel is ludicrous.
"Olim are the real heroes and the real Zionists because they have sacrificed something to come to Israel,” says Lipman.
By JACOB GOLDSTEIN
Knesset receives confirmation that Transportation Ministry has officially approved new regulations in first week of May.
By SHARON UDASIN
“Haredim have suffered from discrimination from employers who do not want to hire them," says Yesh Atid MK.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Beit Shemesh police called in after row spirals on Egged bus.
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