The check post separates Route 50 from Route 5, a major Israeli highway connecting to the coastal highway to Tel Aviv and Haifa.
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The Likud MKs who, unlike Begin, had actually been elected by Likud voters, all voiced their enthusiastic support for the Regulations Act and urged Netanyahu to promote it.
The state petitioned the High Court with a request to delay the demolition of Amona.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel (Habayit Hayehudi) may end up being the politician who broke the iron hold of the judicial civil service on Israel's democracy.
Arab terrorists attacked Israeli drivers on the Tekoa road, this time near Har Homa.
After A-G Mandelblit warns such a bill is unconstitutional, ministers decide to delay a vote to legalize Amona.
A 5-year-old child was injured in a stoning attack when a rock smashed a windshield and sent flying glass straight at him.
The new campaign is banking on the fact that all of Israel's past mainstream politicians have supported the settlement enterprise, even if some of them later became its sworn enemies.
A source inside American Express admitted the company “pulled out because it did not want to be part of his anti-Israel rhetoric.”
IDF soldiers neutralized a terrorist who tried to kill them using his car and a meat cleaver on the Sabbath.
"The so called secure harvest has proven time and again to be life endangering, this farce must end, once and for all," said Yitzhar Secretariat Chairman Uriah Cohen.
Secret authorization to build Arab housing in Area C near Jewish Susiya has infuriated Israelis facing demolition.
It remains to be seen which way Netanyahu will cleverly evade this crisis, and whether or not he is prepared to either arm wrestle the high court or put down a rightwing rebellion in his own party.
Last Saturday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas with his entourage made an unscheduled, uncoordinated stop at the town of Azzun.
On Wednesday, the Jewish Federations of North America board of trustees voted to overturn its policy barring its missions from visiting Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Two young Arab schoolboys with knives went on an adventure to be terrorists in Gush Etzion. But they were caught.
"Where were B’tselem, Human Rights Watch and the rest of the groups that are normally so concerned with Palestinian rights?”
"There's no doubt that the State of Israel is the strongest country in the Middle East and everyone wants to live here," said one Umm Al-Fahm resident.
Culture Minister Miri Regev (Likud) issued a directive whereby theatrical institutions that perform in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria will receive a 10% increase in their state budgets.