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UTJ MK hints a Likud-Israel Resilience Party government could have formed if Lapid had not been a partner with Benny Gantz.
"I hope Yisrael Beytenu doesn’t pass the electoral threshold; Liberman is an ingrate," said Moshe Gafni
Demonstrators in Haredi garb called Gafni a murderer and tried to break the windows of his car.
Accusations flew as lawmakers entered a fiery debate during the Knesset plenum over disability stipends.
By LAHAV HARKOV
MK Moshe Gafni based his stance on concessions on a letter written by a leading Rabbi, involving peace with Egypt in 1978.
The letter is dated April 18, 1978, when Begin was negotiating peace with Egypt, which involved returning Sinai to Egypt and evacuating Yamit.
Will the cabinet’s decision on the Kotel and conversion affect Jewish support from the Diaspora?
By MARK WEISS
The haredi parties are extremely concerned that the High Court will intervene on the side of those demanding a state-recognized egalitarian section.
By JEREMY SHARON
The US Jewish leadership lobbied heavily against the recently approved mikva law which essentially bans the Reform and Masorti movements from using public mikvas for their conversion ceremonies.
Nearly 200 towns in the North and South will stop all municipal services, including garbage collection, but not schools, for one day.
MKs debate terms of Horizon 2020 agreement; decision needs to made about whether Israel's priority is Judea and Samaria, or joining int'l economy, says MK.
Ovadia Yosef and Shas have yet to decide whom to back for Sephardi chief rabbi position.
Moshe Gafni lambasts Constitution, Law and Justice Committee discussing so-called Tzohar bill on marriage registrations.
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