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Members of Congress are beginning to demand answers as to why the US appears to have been played.
Prime Minister Netanyahu wants to punish the Palestinians for their recent admission to Interpol by creating a plan to shut down the Palestinian diplomatic office.
“The overwhelming vote in favor of Palestine’s membership is a reflection of the confidence in Palestine’s ability to enforce the law and commit to the organization’s basic values.”
Case has now developed to the stage that the police suspect an international diamond theft syndicate to be involved.
By GLOBES CORRESPONDENT
FM dissatisfied with Likud suggestions to replace Tal Law, was privy to unity coalition negotiations.
By LAHAV HARKOV
FM's list of primary issues notably different than 4 point platform announced by Netanyahu, Mofaz; says no "war over credit" to change Tal Law, Ulpana outpost should be legalized.
By YONAH BOB AND JPOST.COM STAFF
L’organisme Eupol Copps s’efforce d’améliorer l’efficacité des services policiers et judiciaires palestiniens.
By OLIVIA COHEN
The male offspring of president Chaim Herzog and his wife Aura, who is a personality in her own right, followed in their father’s footsteps, though not entirely.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A statement from the Justice Ministry said that blocking the websites was part of implementing the goals of new September 2017 legislation designed to protect children.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
At first glance, it seems that Interpol is a greater threat, but the Hague has already initiated a war crimes probe and is not about to drop it.
Ehud Barak calls move "another Netanyahu failure." Likud minister urges punitive measures.
By ARIEL WHITMAN
Israel is adamantly opposed to Palestinian admission to all international organizations.
By HERB KEINON
Yehoshua Elitzur was charged ten years ago with shooting a Palestinian driver that he claimed tried to run him over.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
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