'The judicial appointments this evening express the human as well as jurist common sense we so need as a society and which has been so direly absent from the highest judicial echelon.'
The law would ban the use of noisy loudspeakers between 11 PM and 7 AM.
MK Masud Ganaim (Joint Arab List) Arab List) objected to the legislation, arguing that it constitutes a de facto recognition of the 'occupation.'
The purpose of the bill is to 'prevent an inappropriate intervention' of non-party entities in the elections to the Knesset.
The families say they won’t feel 100 percent certain the promise is being kept "until they see the land cleared, homes built, and mezuzot on the doorposts of their new homes."
Minister Miri Regev (Likud) also insisted that 'promises must be kept.'
Homeless residents of demolished Amona will protest across from the cabinet meeting to demand a new town.
Friedman: As Ambassador I will represent this administration's policies not my own; and I will welcome all Americans, of every political view, when they visit Israel.
Kiryat Belz in the Har Yona neighborhood of Nazareth Illit is a large scale construction project aimed at thousands of Haredi couples in search of decent, low-cost housing.
The Messiah can't be too far away, if Yishai Fleisher was invited by the Gray Lady to explain how Israel can remain Jewish and democratic without the two-state solution.
Sometimes a statement is all about what one does not say…
Health Ministry data on the internship preferences of medical students suggest all too clearly that 'they are not interested in going to the periphery!'
Livni's office denied the connection between the MK's appointment and Fayyad's, suggesting the offer to Livni had been made close to two weeks ago.
On Sunday, the government is set to discuss the re-establishment of the town of Amona on the site of Geulat Zion in Binyamin.
The MK also compared the maneuvering of the high court to the way the Bolsheviks took over Russia in 1917.
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.
PM Netanyahu did not make it back to Israel in time for the historic vote on the controversial measure.
Member states of the European Union froze a summit that was planned with Israel, as a protest against the Settlement Law.
Moments after the law was passed, the three main anti-Zionist NGOs who made it necessary in the first place, Peace Now, Adalah, and Yesh Din, announced they would appeal it at the Supreme Court.
The proposed Settlement Regulation Bill is now law, after an historic vote, passing 60-52.