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Mellman, who worked for Yesh Atid and Blue and White in the past three elections, is considered among the top polling experts and strategists for Democratic candidates in the United States.
Will Netanyahu have to make do with a 60-seat coalition?
Anger continues to grow over possible entry of Otzma Yehudit members into the Knesset.
During a Knesset House Committee meeting on Wednesday of last week, Hazan told the Ethiopian-born Tamano-Shata that she was only a “token immigrant.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"I am not on the left, I do not rule out a coalition meeting with the Likud, but I will not sit with Netanyahu if an indictment is filed against him," he added.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Unsurprisingly in an era of personality politics, political platforms and ideology are not the major problem for any of the parties.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The petition argued that Israel has discriminated against its minorities as a matter of unofficial policy for decades and that the new law is unique because it makes the discrimination explicit.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
“If Yair Lapid doesn't support the bill, it shows Lapid doesn't care if the haredim don't serve.”
The bill in question sets targets for haredi enlistment in the IDF or national civilian service that rise each year over the next decade.
By LAHAV HARKOV
In July, the Knesset passed the Anti-Pay for Slay Law, requiring Israel to deduct the amount of money the PA gives to terrorists and their families from the taxes and tariffs collects for the PA.
At a Knesset debate on Monday, Stern called out Regev, claiming that he "knows how she advanced in the army."
By TAMAR BEERI,GIL HOFFMAN
Israel, Russia working on adoption plan
Until now, up to 26% of US military aid, adding up to billions of shekels each year, could be spent inside Israel but the new agreement requires all American military aid to be spent in the US.
By EYTAN HALON
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