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Knesset Speak Yuli Edelstein has rejected the idea of postponing the inauguration of Reuven Rivlin as President of Israel on Thursday but is scaling back the ceremonies due to the war.
Rivlin will replace Shimon Peres, whose seven-year term was highlighted by his constant claim that Israel has a peace partner in the Palestinian Authority.
He supported the expulsion of Jews and the withdrawal of the IDF from Gaza in 2005. Shortly afterwards, when Hamas began attacking southern Israel, he said he simply could not understand why the terrorist regime should do such a thing since Israel had vacated Gaza.
About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.
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There’s a new grassroots, door-to-door knocking, community organizing style campaign effort that just landed in Israel. It’s focused on hoping for change and changing for hope and taking-the-street-to-the-street style shake it up electioneering. Flying in to run the show is none other than Jeremy Bird. The same Bird who was the deputy national campaign director […]
Eli Yishai’s Yachad passing the electoral threshold is enough to change the game back.
The united Arab list is enough to shift the balance of power.
Since the passing of the Governance bill legislation on March 11, 2014, new alignments have become to appear in Israeli politics.
Yair Lapid has announced his Yesh Atid list for the upcoming elections….
The small right-wing parties will hurt their ideological allies and voters, unless they get past their egos and ideological perfectionism and help their side for a change.
Netanyahu will reportedly be offering a spot on the Likud list to Caroline Glick.
Apparently the Arabs believe that all these years they voted for Labor, they were not voting for a Zionist party.
Likud pulls ahead, and quite incredibly Shas is making a comeback, but forming a coalition still depends on the small parties.
The wanabee prime minister has a solid, 100 percent certain policy of being uncertain.
They were afraid they would not pass the electoral threshold running separately.
The IDF will award 53 soldiers, among them 4 women, military decorations for their service during this past summer’s Operation “Protective Edge”.
The merged Labor party, AKA the “Zionist Camp” headed by Yitzchak Herzog and Tzipi Livni, has drafted former military intelligence chief Amos Yadlin to fill its vacuum for a future Defense Minister if it forms the next government. Israel Radio (Voice of Israel) was quick to promote Yadlin Tuesday morning with soft-glove questions that allowed […]
As usual, there is a big gap between what Arab countries promise and what they deliver.
Two missiles exploded in the northern Golan Heights Tuesday afternoon, and the IDF has returned artillery fire into Syrian territory. The army is trying to determine where the missiles landed. It is not known if the missiles were misfired or were aimed at Israel. Unconfirmed reports said four rockets were launched at Israel. Sirens sounded […]
If two inches of snow is enough to shut down New York, what happens when two feet fall?
The Israeli economy is on the way to becoming owned by foreigners.
God has not cooperated with the Boycott Israel movement.
Maybe the court will forgive the gang because one of them apologized.
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