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Asscher reportedly addressed the issue in the Dutch Parliament, saying the statistic was "worrisome" and "unacceptable." However, the Simon Wiesenthal Center calls out the Dutch official on not acting to prevent the phenomenon from spreading further.
However, the poll found that if the Likud and Yisrael Beytenu factions were to part ways, the two parties would come close to 40 seats.
L JTA 25 minutes ago Abraham Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, and one of the longest-serving and highest-profile American Jewish organizational leaders, is retiring from his post. Foxman will step down on July 20, 2015,
30 Reported News Brief 2/10/2014, Adar 10, 5774 Government Officials Point Figures as Hadassah Strikes Continue "The hospital administration has failed on the large scale - and now Israeli citizens are forced to bear the cost of the bailout,"
Kobi Gideon, GPO Prime minister says he and the president will discuss Iran nuclear talks and peace process between Israel and Palestinians Ynetnews Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with President Barack Obama next month at the White House,
21 Reported News Brief 2/10/2014, Adar 10, 5774 Livni: The Orthodox Should Serve Longer in the Army Chairman of the Hatnua party and Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni stated at a meeting of the party faction today that "Hareidim should serve longer."
The US State Department has welcomed Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's recent remarks expressing support of US Secretary of State John Kerry. "We certainly welcomed his remarks and his sentiment and the
He who harms us, who has harmed us, or who plans to harm us let him reap what he sows." Regarding Iran, the prime minister said: "Sanction relief for Iran has not moderated the country's aggressive international stance. It continues to supply
It is a political move in light of the plight of his polling. Today it is clear there is no difference between Tzipi Livni and Lieberman. They are both in favor of an agreement and dividing the country. We suggest he expresses his leftist opinion
The bill, which was submitted by Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni, is to encourage employees to disclose such conduct. Legal Aid would be provided regardless of the employee's financial abilities.