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“The forces of terrorism must be equally fought,” Glick said, not just for Israel’s sake but for the sake of the rest of the world.
How one politician's ambitions have worked against what many right-wing Israelis see as a viable future solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Director Greenfield discusses with 'Post' latest documentary examining global political assault against Jews.
Former MK Dov Lipman, who is from Maryland, said the law should not be changed, because it frees MKs of any potential conflict of interest.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The New Right candidate discusses her Oslo epiphany, and the vision of her party.
By SIMONE COHEN SCOTT
“We have to reconsider a lot of the basic laws and see if they have to be amended,” Glick said in the interview.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Glick, who was born in Chicago, is sixth on the New Right list, which receives six to eight seats in the polls. Tropper, whose parents moved to Israel from New York, is 12th on the Blue and White list.
Glick recently joined Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's new right-wing party after they broke off from Bayit Yehudi.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
A look at Glick's election adventure.
An inside look at how their party differs from ‘centrist’ Likud, ‘sectoral’ Bayit Yehudi.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Caroline Glick was born in the US, and was an IDF officer who worked on the Oslo negotiations team and a deputy foreign policy adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Glick has been a columnist for 'The Jerusalem Post' since 2002, and in recent years began writing for Maariv and American far-right website Breitbart.
Jewish extremists who boo everyone who wants to make compromises for peace are every bit as dangerous as Jewish extremists on the hard left.
By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ
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