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Gabbay’s plan is called “Paths to Separation,” he said that it is intended to reverse the direction Israel has been heading in under right-wing governments.
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“I believe that sanctions against Israel, because of its breach of the trade agreement, are the appropriate way of promoting [the] peace process.”
Avi Gabbay warns of great damage to Israel if Netanyahu wins on April 9
By GIL HOFFMAN,YAAKOV KATZ
“We want Gantz to be prime minister, but if Labor isn’t strong, he will run to Netanyahu,” opposition leader Shelly Yacimovich said in a statement.
By GIL HOFFMAN
There were numerous appeals to Biblical injunctions against the oppression of minorities, while “Kahanists” and Otzma Yehudit bore the brunt of the attack.
By JEREMY SHARON
Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit supports permitting Rousso to run.
A petition had been filed to block Rousso from running on the basis that he had served in the IDF reserves until 2017.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The party will, however, be able to continue to drive a bus through most of Israel with activists and banners calling for public transportation on Shabbat.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Likud candidate Pinchas Idan may also be disqualified. Both are said to not have waited the necessary cooling-off period between holding senior positions and entering electoral politics.
There had been reports since last's Monday's primary that Gabbay would not use the reserved slot, because he boasted about how appealing the candidates chosen were.
Likud's primary went all but smooth, after the counting of votes took almost 24 hours and once completed, accusations of vote manipulation surfaced.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Speaking at a conference on Tuesday, Labor head Avi Gabbay stated that the Labor party will work to legalize public transportation in Israel.
By URI BOLLAG
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