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40 Reported News Brief 1/15/2012, Tevet 20, 5772 MK Matalon: IDF Morale is Essential for Security MK Moshe Matalon, a member of the Knesset Committee for Security and Foreign Affairs, responded to the decision to cancel the IDF public
Matalon explained, Such ceremonies are national events that are part of the Israeli agenda. Collecting an entrance fee is therefore contradictory to the essence of Zionism.
Breaking News A bill forbidding people to charge money for participating in Memorial Day ceremonies organized by public bodies passed a preliminary reading in the Knesset. MK Moshe Matalon (Yisrael Beiteinu), who initiated the bill, said "it is
The grant increase was part of the recommendations of the Trachtenberg Committee, which suggested ways that the government could relieve the financial strain of poor and middle-class Israelis in the wake of last summer's protests demanding a lower
The grant would go from 9,300 shekels to nearly 20,000 shekels over a four-year period, beginning in January. Matalon said, Saturday evening, that the proposal received the endorsements of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Yuval
Driving recklessly will net the culprit up to 14 years in prison if someone is hurt as a result of their poor driving. The law was sponsored by MKs Ze'ev Beilski (Kadima) and Moshe Matalon (Yisrael Beiteinu).
Nu Image has named Roy Matalon president of international sales & distribution, bringing aboard the global sales vet just in time to shop its slate at the Toronto Film Festival -- and before the planned departure of international sales wiz Danny
Luciana Matalon is pictured on part of the tribute to her cat Sky Dispelling the notion that Italians are not animal lovers, a 77-year-old artist in Milan has taken out a full page in the country's leading newspaper to mourn the loss of her pet cat.
A bereaved owner of a deceased cat took out a full-page ad in Italy's leading newspaper Wednesday to mourn the death of her feline companion. "My profound feelings are beyond financial measure," said Luciana Matalon, 77, reflecting on the death of
Dr Dvir Abramovich, director of the University of Melbourne's Centre for Jewish History and Culture and author of a new book about modern Israeli literature. Israeli authors are riding a wave of ever-increasing popularity globally, he says. Dr