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40, Lilach Weissman Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to request the government to approve the establishment of a committee to examine the repercussions of buying a plane to serve the prime minster and the president, and of constructing
A controversial bill that would penalize any non-profit organization if one of its executives calls for a boycott of Israel is to be discussed today by the Ministerial Committee on Legislation...The bill, sponsored by the Yisrael Beiteinu and Habayit
IDF, rescue forces handling effects of storm 'well' Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon issued a statement from the Home Front Command's situation room in Latrun and said he found members of the defense establishment, IDF and other rescue forces to be
A rare snowstorm has blanketed Jerusalem, forcing a lockdown with police blocking access to and from the city. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says citizens have been told not to enter or leave Jerusalem. Some 1,500 people were evacuated from
Lapid and Bennett quarreled recently over the issue of civil marriage but quickly made up. This week, another disagreement surfaced between the parties, this time over the peace talks with the Palestinian Authority.
Neither Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu nor President Shimon Peres traveled to Johannesburg, each for their own reasons, leaving Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein and five Knesset members to represent Israel. Netanyahu said travel costs were too high,
Benny Deutsch Lapid. 'We won't stay silent' Photo: Eli Mendlebaum Gadi Yivrekan Photo courtesy of Likud spokesman's office Leaders of Ethiopian community slam Health Ministry, demand dismissal of MDA volunteer who told Yesh Atid MK 'you have
The Knesset has now inaugurated a new lobby exhibit, featuring the colorful and unique gifts from world leaders on display in glass showcases and wall hangings adorning the Knesset foyer. Also on display are dozens of historic and contemporary photos
The negotiations have reached a critical stage, and the time has come for the Jewish Home to realize what is most important for Israel, and support peace with the PA."
The documentary, which aired on Channel 2's program Uvda hosted by journalist Ilana Dayan, showed the story of Mati Milo (brother of former government minister Roni Milo), who suffered from Parkinson's for 25 years. As his condition continued to