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Party leader Avigdor Liberman said throughout the election that his party would be passing the threshold, and was likely right, though many commentators thought his optimism was misplaced.
Likud headquarters received complaints that at 26 polling stations throughout Petah Tikva all the Likud's ballots had disappeared.
Gesher leader Orly Levy-Abecassis even had to fight a fake Facebook post in her name saying she dropped out of the race.
Religious disagreement? Or race war?
By LAHAV HARKOV
The law, if passed, would give the interior minister the authority to block bylaws passed by municipal authorities that allow grocery stores and mini markets to open on Shabbat.
By JEREMY SHARON
Yisrael Beytenu has somewhat of a secularist agenda, as much of its voter base is either not religious or not considered Jewish by the rabbanut.
Former Yisrael Beytenu minister Stas Meseznikov was sentenced on Tuesday to 15 months in prison by the Tel Aviv Magistrate’s Court as part of a plea bargain.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Yeshivas and yeshiva deans associated with the Jerusalem Faction have however instructed their students not to present themselves at IDF enlistment offices.
FM says in Channel 2 interview that future of gov't coalition to be determined after vote on his "Tal Law" alternative.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,PROMO CONTENT
ONE WOULD think that since aliyah is so important to prosperity and success of the State of Israel, the priorities of this community will be high on the agenda of every government, Right or Left.
By KSENIA SVETLOVA
It is hoped that the apparatus of victory will be used fully.
By ODED FORER
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