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An interview with Likud's candidate for mayor
‘In Jerusalem’ gets real with Kobi Kahlon, who is strongly considering joining the mayoral race.
The new candidate fielded questions over the phone this week just a few hours before joining the prime minister to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
Netanyahu initially refused to endorse Elkin, which made him reconsider whether to run for mayor.
By GIL HOFFMAN
If elected, she will be capital’s first female mayor.
This move joins previous calls to support Elkin in the mayoral race.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“I expect that the prince’s people, who have emphasized throughout that the visit will be a-political without leaning one way or the other, will correct this distortion."
By HERB KEINON
Litzman told The Jerusalem Post after the meeting that his party’s rabbis would only decide who to back for Jerusalem mayor two months before the October 30 election.
Netanyahu had promised a decision by Friday to Elkin, who will only run if he receives several million shekels in party funding from Likud.
Next month, the Knesset will host two “White Nights,” all-night parties, with musical artists for fans of all ages and genres like Sarit Hadad, Asaf Amdurski, and Hadag Nahash.
By LAHAV HARKOV
A source close to Elkin said he wanted the support of all sectors of the city, and he believes they could all back him, including some if not all branches among the haredim.
Jerusalem Affairs Minister tried to cut off some Arab neighborhoods from the capital
By UDI SHAHAM
“Don’t let the enemy put you in fear. I have felt very safe here – safer, in fact, than in some places I’ve been to in the US,” says NY Jets' Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
By DAVID BRUMMER
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