The Kulanu party Knesset member planned to launch her campaign for mayor of Jerusalem on Monday morning under the slogan "Believe. It is possible to live together."
For Azaria, it seems, the experience she gained in the city council and in the Knesset was all in preparation to benefit Jerusalem. For all of its populations.
We talk with MK Rachel Azaria, who got her political start here in Jerusalem and has shaken up the mayoral race by throwing her hat into the ring.
If elected, she will be capital’s first female mayor.
What are we afraid of?
The Haifa Rabbinical Court issued an order of social ostracism against Yaron Attias in November last year for refusing to give his wife a bill of divorce for two years.
Azaria commended Barkat’s decade-long dedication to the city, but said Jerusalem still faces challenges “that were not dealt with, such as employment and housing issues.”
Bayit Yehudi, Likud MK holding all new bills hostage in fight over child custody law
A study of civic education textbooks in Israel showed that the younger generation continues to be educated on the basis of democracy as the most important common thread between us.
It might be unrealistic to expect a full-throated and unabashed defense of our executive branch from coalition politicians.