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Hats and head coverings of any kind were prohibited from the House following the passage of a motion on proper decorum in 1837.
A companion bill has proceeded in the House of Representatives.
Last month, it was revealed that the rock which killed Rabi contained the minor’s DNA, although his identity remains under gag order.
Tohar David, who was in her twenties, was found lying unconscious on the side of the road at Lehavim junction near a bus stop on August 5, 2017.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The president is currently dealing with some 1,400 requests for pardons and clemency.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Right-wing politicians have increasingly pushed to apply Israeli law to the West Bank, in what Left-wing politicians and the international community have warned is a form of “creeping annexation.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The first new law Yesh Atid would enact if it formed the next government would limit a prime minister to two terms in office, the party said.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Attorney Shira Ben-Eli was the woman selected, and it appears that she will work in a central office as an advisor for all the rabbinical courts.
By JEREMY SHARON
The Nation-State Law crisis proves that alongside the nurturing of the state’s Jewish identity it is no less essential to nurture the “togetherness” of a broad Israeli collective.
By YAIR SHELEG
Orthodoxy’s greatest test.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
Remarks about gay marriage were greeted with "icy silence from some, quiet joy from others," according to a tweet by a German journalist who attended the meeting at Egypt's Red Sea resort.
Saudi Arabia said it also sent new letters to the Turkish public prosecutor asking for "any evidence connected to this case."
A government bill prohibiting the veil is being pitched as an effort to fight terrorism.
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
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