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Israel to halt PA construction, withhold funds in response to UNGA vote

The Prime Minister's Office published information regarding the sanctions against the Palestinian Authority on Friday afternoon.

Security cabinet debates sanctioning PA

Move comes in response to Ramallah’s push for ICJ advisory opinion on Israeli ‘occupation’

Netanyahu promised four deputy ministers in his office, but law only allows two

Netanyahu held his government's first full work meeting on Tuesday morning and approved Avi Maoz's appointment as deputy minister.

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns, two months after assuming office

Truss resigning marks new record low in time served in the position.

20/10/2022

Gov't not forced to release ‘secret’ COVID-19 cabinet minutes - High Court

Can the Israeli government make even non-security cabinet meetings classified with unlimited discretion? That's the issue at hand.

Was it legal for Lapid, Gantz to start Gaza op. without convening cabinet? - analysis

Is the security cabinet required to approve any war or major operation which could lead to war?

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at his government's first security cabinet meeting, June 20, 2021.

Security Cabinet meets amid Hamas targeted killing talks

The Security Cabinet discussion is expected to be heated, where civilian benefits to Palestinians that the government had granted in recent months may be reduced.

Israeli forces under 'no restrictions' against Palestinian terrorists - Gantz

The IDF's involvement in stifling terror is "dictated only by the operational need," Defense Minister Benny Gantz said.

Right warns Bennett reviving Olso by rebuilding West Bank barrier

"Instead of addressing the problem that is developing in northern Samaria, they are trying to hide it behind a wall," Oded Revivi said.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at his government's first security cabinet meeting, June 20, 2021.

Cabinet to examine revoking welfare benefits to abettors of terrorists

The government on Sunday approved a decision to look into the option of removing social benefits awarded by the state to Israeli citizens who collaborated in terror-related actions. 

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