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The rally is scheduled to take place on Saturday night and will coincide with the march in Washington, DC.
Construction and Housing Minister Ariel aims to bring down costs by imposing new guidelines for construction companies.
Annual report says housing prices overvalued by 25%; there is a 20% probability of housing "bust," real estate could lose over a tenth its value.
Local factory says it has no intention of selling Women's March-linked 'Pecan Protest'
By AMY SPIRO
Matar and her husband gathered like-minded people around them, and in 1993, almost as an instant response to Oslo, established what was initially called “Women for Israel’s Tomorrow.’
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"We are fighting for bread and medicine. Not for flights," the group said in a statement.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Omdim Beyachad has led protests against the planned deportation of African migrants in the past few months and views the new plan to regulate the status of 16,250 of them as a victory.
By UDI SHAHAM
“The nation demands social justice, and this is a step on the way,” 2011 protests icon MK Stav Shaffir said.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Estimates for the cost of raising disability payments to equal the minimum wage have ranged from NIS 7 billion to 14 billion.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
This year's report focused primarily on the restaurant and event hall industries, which employ tens of thousands of youth every year.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
The findings indicated that there are significant gaps between the periphery and the center of the country with regards to the number of people registered with welfare departments.
Organizers believe that in all likelihood the protestors will not be allowed into the site with the Torah scrolls, which could lead to a blockade of the entrance by the demonstrators.
By JEREMY SHARON
‘Jerusalem Post’ reporter Ben Hartman looks back at the stories that stood out during his seven years covering the country and region.
By BEN HARTMAN
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