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The operation is advantageous to Netanyahu in its timing, burnishing his own “Mr. Security” image.
Political activities around Jerusalem.
Meir Turgeman is running ‘because Jerusalem is part of my DNA.’
The ministers are calling to crack down on terror, but what they are really doing is signaling to their base.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Three new timetables for the election were set in place by the news of the past week, and they all coincidentally overlap.
By GIL HOFFMAN
This revolution [the election of Dr. Aliza Bloch] is proof positive that most people want a life out from under the thumb of extremists.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
The bill would impose a maximum tax rate of 45% and strip the income-tax exemption from organizations who are primarily funded by foreign governments.
Ayelet Shaked lays down the law about the International Criminal Court and the Netanyahu probes.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
There is a fine line between paranoia and smart politics. Netanyahu did not have to go to a factory and push for someone to be fired.
Dr. Einat Kalisch Rotem will be allowed to run in the October 30 race for Haifa’s mayor, overturning a district court decision disqualifying her candidacy.
The Darkenu organization, which is organizing the rally responded by accusing Edlelstein of "preferring narrow political considerations" and twisting their intentions.
“I have backing not only from English speakers and modern haredim, but also from Hassidim, Lithuanian and Sephardi haredim, who just want the city to be run better.”
For the first time in 30 years, Degel and Agudah will not be running on the joint United Torah Judaism slate in Jerusalem, and will also be running separately in Haifa, Beitar Illit and Elad.
By JEREMY SHARON
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