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While this turn of events is bad, there was something refreshing watching Liberman stand up for a principled cause, in this case the haredi draft bill.
Israel holds world record for most bills proposed; Knesset legal adviser report shows private member bills more likely to pass with support across political spectrum
“Israel is Bibi's nation,” Time Columnist David French wrote in a short piece explaining the choice and noting Netanyahu’s recent re-election to a fifth term.
The ads accuse Blue and White of being not centrist, as the party of former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz portrays itself, but right-wing.
By GIL HOFFMAN
50.3% of respondents agreed that it is harder than in the past to decide what party to select, 44.2% did not agree and 5.5% said they did not know or declined to answer.
In one of its videos, a young Ben-Gvir talks about how he vandalized then-prime minister Yitzhak Rabin's car.
The polls over the weekend indicate that an unprecedented political stalemate is looking increasingly likely.
Theoretically, at least, leaders were appointed by God or by God’s spokesmen, but even that was not always successful – look at Saul, for example.
By RABBI REUVEN HAMMER
A highly educated woman using Hebrew – which will show how much I still have to learn – will say, “We have all worked hard to build this country. Please make sure your voice is heard. Vote.”
By DAVID GEFFEN
Cotler-Wunsh, 48, is currently a PhD candidate in law at Hebrew University, researching the topic of free speech.
The 44 candidates running will be competing over very few realistic slots. Party leader Avi Gabbay will be first on the list.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"It is reasonable to assume that if there is a decision to indict Netanyahu before the election, his chance to form a new government is close to zero,” Liberman said.
By LAHAV HARKOV
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