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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he speaks during a memorial ceremony for Israe
Netanyahu's turn is counting down without any progress - Analysis

Netanyahu hasn’t given up yet and is keeping his mandate with over a week until the October 24 deadline.

Moshe Gafni
Ultra-Orthodox MK Gafni: 'these elections are war'

Grand Rabbi of Viznitz: destroyers of religion want to bring about a Holocaust like Hitler

Moshe Gafni
Gafni: Uncomfortable with PM's legal woes, will recommend him again anyway

UTJ MK hints a Likud-Israel Resilience Party government could have formed if Lapid had not been a partner with Benny Gantz.

Former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman launches Yisrael Beitenu on January 20, 2019
Liberman likens haredim to Hamas in campaign focused on religion and state

"I hope Yisrael Beytenu doesn’t pass the electoral threshold; Liberman is an ingrate," said Moshe Gafni

The car in which MK Moshe Gafni was injured, September 17, 2018
Haredi MK Gafni nearly lynched on Yom Kippur eve for support of draft bill

Demonstrators in Haredi garb called Gafni a murderer and tried to break the windows of his car.

18/09/2018
A haredi soldier prays during a drill.
Agreement on ultra-Orthodox enlistment might be on the horizon

The leading rabbis are the ones who will decide on the enlistment law – and as long as they have not had their input there is no formal decision on the issue.

Moshe Gafni
Gafni slams plan to verify yeshiva attendance

In 2016, the IDF revoked the exemptions of some 4,000 individuals whom it discovered were not studying as the yeshivas had declared.

Yaacov Litzman
Haredi party United Torah Judaism split over enlistment law, budget crisis

“The demand to pass the bill in its three readings remains as it was, until now there is no other proposal on the table.”

Health Minister Ya'acov Litzman at the Knesset plenum discussing goverment allowances for the handic
Litzman, Gafni seeking rabbis' permission to compromise on Haredi draft law

Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litznman threatened on Sunday that if the bill does not pass into law before the Knesset leaves for spring recess on March 15, he would quit the government.

06/03/2018
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