The preliminary phase of the cases against Netanyahu could take us to the end of 2018, certainly past Rosh Hashanah 5759.
On the right, where many of Lapid's potential voters dwell, he just became the ultimate snitch against a popular sitting prime minister.
In his 12-minute response on television, a visibly shaken Netanyahu opened by reminding Israelis of his long record as a special forces officer, Israel's UN envoy, finance minister and, finally, as prime minister.
The court said that since Tamimi is a minor, a trial behind closed doors is “in her best interests.”
“Maneuvers have focused on ways to breach electronic sensors, surveillance cameras and the harmonization between ground advancement and the use of unmanned drones."
“Today, nobody remembers President Reagan’s sanctions, but we are left with full Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.”
Speaking to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu was mercilessly frank in his view regarding the proper behavior of a prime minister under police investigation. It was back in 2008, and the PM was Ehud Olmert.
Spiting Academic Establishment, Knesset Approves Law Facilitating Adelson Medical School in Ariel University
The new law fixes a problem that began as Israeli institutions of higher education began to flourish in the liberated territories, most notably Ariel University in Samaria.
"In the Middle East, weakness, concessions and indecisiveness only encourage the forces of evil that seek to destroy us."
Hamas published leaflets threatening the Rishon Lezion and featuring photographs of Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, MK Rabbi Yehuda Glick and other rabbis as well, calling for their assassination.
“I don't know frankly if we are going to even have talks, we will see what happens, but I think it is very foolish for the Palestinians and I also think it would be very foolish for the Israelis if they don't make a deal."
People who own and lease up to five private housing units are likely to be entitled to a reduced rate of 10 percent taxes, because fewer than five housing units is considered “passive income” under the new rules.
In December 2017, the number of homes sold (8,800) was down 20 percent from the same month a year earlier, the Chief Economist reported.
The President visited the combat pilot whose condition was upgraded to moderate, and met his wife and infant son and his parents.
Consider this to be a time-out for the sovereignty bill, as the vast majority of the coalition still supports it. Meanwhile, the Netanyahu circle will have to come up with fresh excuses ahead of the next debate.
"Iran's calculated escalation of threat and its ambition to project its power and dominance, places all the people of the region -- from Yemen to Lebanon -- at risk."
Netanyahu, Putin Agree to ‘Continue Coordination’ Between Military Forces After Iran-Israel-Syria Clash (video)
"I have been warning for some time about the dangers of Iran’s military entrenchment in Syria. Iran seeks to use Syrian territory to attack Israel for its professed goal of destroying Israel."
Later, also in response to the intercepted Iranian drone, Israeli Air Force aircraft struck three aerial defense batteries and four other Iranian targets in Syria.
“This is not the first time that we have warned you of Iran’s dangerous actions that undermine the situation in our region."
On Wednesday and Thursday, the PM's office has reportedly been applying severe pressure on Kisch to take his bill off the committee's agenda for Sunday.
This travesty of justice, the defilement of everything we consider our most elementary civil rights in a democracy is not taking place in Tehran, Damascus, or Pyongyang, but in Ayalon prison in Ramla, Israel, a state whose claim to fame is its being "the only democracy in the Middle East."
Appointing the new ambassador is part of the reconciliation between Israel and Jordan, putting an end to the crisis that broke out over the summer between the two countries.
Police are moving fast to announce their recommendations on indictments against Netanyahu, before the High Court of Justice moves to bar them from doing so.
A majority of the respondents prefers six out of the seven business categories be kept open on Shabbat.
In Finland a judge handles 3-4 cases a week, while in Israel judges handle 8-10 cases a day.