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Veteran Likud activist Meir Halabi of Holon said he started the campaign because he knew Shalom for 35 years and his skills and leadership were needed during challenging times.
In December, Shalom resigned from office after more than two decades of public service after 11 women came forward to complain that they were sexually harassed.
Shalom has denied the allegations against him.
Shalom says a peace agreement could "shock" Likud.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The public must be satisfied that such a fateful matter is discussed openly and that as many scenarios as possible are considered.
Lipman: Community is in fact ready for change, but threats and edicts are not the way forward.
Demonstrations against exporting natural gas take place near Energy and Water Minister's residence, causing road closure.
Gas export recommendations released to public; Peretz: "The export of 40% of our natural gas does not meet the real needs of the citizens."
By SHARON UDASIN
Finance minister comes under heavy criticism for budget; protesters accuse him of betraying middle class working man.
By BEN HARTMAN
Children, aged one, three and six, are among the thousands who have been treated by medical staffers, free of charge.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Minister Shalom’s initiative to allow civilian aviation to operate alongside the military in Nevatim airport is both obvious and logical.
By YAIR WISEMAN
Protesters: Conference organizers, government officials have a capitalist agenda, are betraying the public.
Special committee appointed by Prime Minister Netanyahu currently against giving any Sundays off, but still under discussion.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
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