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His violent discourse disqualifies him from leading this country again, not to mention his pillaging of Jerusalem
In the weeks ahead, do not be surprised if the leaders of other parties show up at your local mall, restaurant or beachfront.
Although tension between Bayit Yehudi and Otzmah continues to run high, senior officials in the former have said that a unity deal with the latter is still very much possible.
Several dozen haredi men, and perhaps as many as 150, blocked traffic at the junction of Jaffa Street and Sarei Israel in Jerusalem.
By OREN OPPENHEIM,ROCKY BAIER,NAOMI GRANT,ELIANA SCHREIBER
It’s in the tech space where we can find one possible solution to the disconnect between an Israel getting better and a Knesset pushing a political agenda designed to engender the opposite.
By BRIAN BLUM
Candidate Avi Salman has remained, for many, a kind of enigma.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Political activities around Jerusalem.
Prosecutors Yuval Yoaz and Shachar Ben Meir filed a request to the Israeli Supreme Court to publish the transcripts of conversations between Netanyahu and "Yedioth Ahronoth" publisher Arnon Mozes.
By AVISHAI GRINZAIG/MAARIV
Party could herald revolution for modern haredi women seeking political representation and promises to advance societal issues and appeal to broader spectrum of society
By JEREMY SHARON
The controversial law passed a final vote in the Knesset overnight Wednesday.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The poll asked 500 of such voters and none of Jerusalem’s massive haredi (ultra-Orthodox) population who they would vote for if the October 30 election would be held now.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Meimad, which is a Hebrew acronym of Jewish State Democratic State, was founded 30 years ago by Har Etzion yeshiva head Rabbi Yehuda Amital.
In his new book ‘The Netanyahu Years,’ the Maariv columnist pulls no punches
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