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East Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood

Rule of law: Navigating the muddy waters of private security firms

A US court’s conviction of Blackwater contractors for killing Iraqi civilians shines a light on the intractable problem of policing private security contractors – both globally and in Israel.

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Tzedek wants stricter mikve rules

Tzedek, which advocates for members of the Jewish community who have been sexually abused, issued a set of recommended guidelines on Tuesday.

02/11/2014
ISIS militant

Arab world needs all the help it can get

Libya and Yemen have spiraled into sectarian violence – not to mention Syria and Iraq.

By JAKE WALLIS SIMONS
26/10/2014
Knesset

Think about it: New rules of ethics for MKs

MK Mickey Rosenthal (Labor) has submitted a new rules of ethics for Knesset members.

Western Wall

The same but different

Because the truth is, even when we say, “Hey, you haven’t changed!” we know that it is only a cliché. We have changed – all of us, without exception.

By GUSTAVO SURAZSKI
29/09/2014
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National religious leader Lau calls for tolerance and unity for Israel in 5775

Lau, who has authored several books and has a weekly television show on the Torah portion, spoke with The Jerusalem Post in a special interview ahead of Rosh Hashana.

money

Economy, war drag down shekel

Shekel continues to weaken as conflict heats up again; global trends as well as local conditions contribute to potential economic effects.

20/08/2014
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