'After 50 years, it's time for the legislator to deal with our 450,000 representatives countrywide whose status is still suspended.'
JewishPress.com is blogging the efforts of Israel's firefighters and security personnel battling pyroterrorists.
Meanwhile, on Thursday MK Tibi intervened with police on behalf of an Arab youth who incited for #pyroterorism on his Facebook page, saying the post was 'satire.'
Four Arab suspects are arrested on allegations of deliberately setting fires in the Jerusalem Corridor.
MK Boker says government funding for fire buffer lines could have prevented injuries and property damage.
MK Issawi Freij (Meretz) announced that separating the Shabbat calls from the Muezzin bill exposes it for what it is: yet another example of Israeli racism.
Should Glick persist with his petition he is likely to be sanctioned by his Knesset faction, the Likud, and be barred from speaking from the podium and submitting bills.
In its response on Tuesday, the State noted that Rabbi Karim's responsa were prefaced with a proviso that these are not his legal rulings but rather his review of rabbinical law.
PM Netanyahu says this is not the time to allow MKs and ministers to return to the Temple Mount.
The two Arab claimants own only a sliver – about half an acre altogether, out of the 125 acres of the Amona territory – less than .5%.
Both Minister Moshe Kahlon (Kulanu) and Coalition Chairman David Bitan (Likud) warned that the bill would be suspended should it meet resistance from the Supreme Court.
The threat was intended to pressure Likud to make sure all the coalition partners indeed show up to support the bill.
Interestingly, several Muslim and European countries have enacted laws compelling their mosques to "muffle" their loudspeakers, including Saudi Arabia and Indonesia.
Bennett Defends Netanyahu Against Leftwing Attacks as Knesset Commemorates 21st Anniversary of Rabin’s Murder
"For 21 years, the Left has been trying to blame Netanyahu for the incitement. Over and over Netanyahu said we disagree, but there should be no incitement. And now you're trying to silence him."
The court noted that it is ignoring a claim by the GSS that an attempt to evacuate Amona would result in extreme acts of violence
Netanyahu was offering the "transfer of more territory from Israel's Zone C to Zone A, controlled by the Palestinians" in return for the Labor party joining his coalition government.
The 'Regulation Law' now goes to the Knesset for consideration after passing the government coalition.
Minister Hanegbi, who is himself of Yemenite extraction, addressed the cabinet, saying: "Today's decision will not eliminate the pain and suffering that thousands of immigrants have endured."
A whopping 25 out of Netanyahu's 30 Knesset Members have signed a commitment to pass the Arrangements Act, which would force a war between the government and the high court.
The original Muezzin bill was tabled and the Knesset ordered a report that said mosque loudspeakers have been around since loudspeakers had been invented, recommending a dialogue with the Muslim authorities.
Jewish Agency Chairman Sharansky added, tongue-in-cheek, "We cannot forget our partnership with the world's Jews – we cannot give up on any Jew, even if they are not 'Orthodox.'"
Russian MP Affirms Jews’ Temple Mount Ties, Foreign Minister Calls Israel’s UNESCO Reaction ‘Over...
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told TASS that Israel’s emotional approach to resolutions of UNESCO on Jerusalem is "not quite justified," suggesting the Israelis’ "emotions are over the top."
Strangely enough, the Knesset legislation known as the Aliyah Day Act 5776-2016 states that on the 7th of Cheshvan the country will celebrate the Israelites' entrance into the Land of Israel on the 10th of Nissan.
Shaked is spearheading several concurrent moves, all of which have provided the context for a proposed bill to deprive the Supreme Court members of the Judicial Appointments Commission of their veto power over candidates.
FDR taught generations of Poli-sci students how an executive can tame his hostile high court.