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Letter urges Interior Minister to reconsider decisions for two in east Jerusalem.
Shalom updated the Attorney-General’s Office of his intentions, and gave the request to the Administrative Court on Thursday.
"Can there be a situation in which the Palestinian prime minister visits the Temple Mount and we disconnect from Jerusalem? That is not possible or logical," Likud Minister Shalom says.
Who has the inside track to become the next prime minister?
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
The new government is expected to have 22 ministers, including Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Here are the agreed-upon portfolios/
By LAHAV HARKOV
Once rivals, Silvan Shalom and PM Netanyahu are closing ranks to face the country’s challenges.
Children, aged one, three and six, are among the thousands who have been treated by medical staffers, free of charge.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Bavarian state government held memorial services in Munich to remember the murder of 11 Israelis at 1972 Olympics.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Likud minister stresses importance of maintaining support of Washington, US public; says Iran strike talks in unhelpful.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Steinitz says public debate likely to damage nation’s security; Olmert: No reason to strike Iran in near future.
By HERB KEINON
Deputy FM says US, NATO, IDF options on Iran on the table; Hanegbi: US intelligence may not have info in time.
Netanyahu says Iranian danger dwarfs all other threats, bids farewell to Home Front Defense Minister Vilnai.
Netanyahu says Iran cannot be allowed to have a nuclear weapon; Vice Premier Silvan Shalom calls for more sanctions; Former FADC chairman says US intelligence may not have info "in time."
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