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New Defense Minister to Knesset Committee: Battle Not Yet Over

“I trust the IDF, the security forces and the citizens of Israel," PM Netanyahu stated.

Bennett Stays, Will Keep Bibi’s Feet to the Fire on Letting IDF Start Winning

Bennett outlined his party's strategy for the next few weeks or months, essentially expecting Netanyahu to be the author of Habayit Hayehudi's campaign message.

Extreme Left Pushing Retake of Israel’s Government Using US Democrats’ Model

"Voters are receptive to progressive agendas, even if they don’t identify as such."

Bennett, Shaked, to Decide Netanyahu Government’s Fate

In a country where every citizen is a general or knows one from school, few bought Netanyahu's explanation of the humiliation of the IDF and Israel.

Bayit Yehudi’s Bennett, Shaked to Address Media

The two are set to issue a statement to media at 10:30 am at the Knesset after a meeting of their party's faction.

UPDATE: Netanyahu Decides to Reinstate Eli Ben-Dahan

automatically out of a job with the resignation of Yisrael Beytenu Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman last week.

Netanyahu in Last Ditch Effort to Save Coalition Government or Blame Its Collapse on...

A Saturday night poll showed that should Labor appoint Benny Gantz to head its Knesset list, the party could pick up 24 seats, compared with Likud's 26.
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Gazans Celebrate as Liberman Bids Farewell to IDF, Civilian Security Leaders (video)

"If we don't stop allowing [Hamas] to rearm and build its force, in one more year we'll have Hezbollah's twin, with all that entails."

Polls Show Majority Of Israelis Unhappy With Netanyahu’s Handling Of Gaza Flare-Up

74 percent of Israelis disapproved of how Prime Minister Netanyahu dealt with the confrontation with Hamas.

Shaked: DM Bennett and PM Netanyahu Would Be a Great Combination

Should Bennett take over as DM, he could make a powerful contribution to the settlements enterprise, seeing as the defense establishment is the sovereign in Judea and Samaria.

Netanyahu: ‘Our Enemies Pleaded for a Ceasefire and They Know Very Well Why’

"I see the overall picture of Israel's security, which I cannot share with the public. [...] it is mostly hidden from view."

Liberman Resigns, Says Ceasefire Was Surrender to Terrorism; Bennett Wants Defense Ministry

Chairman of Habayit Hayehudi Knesset faction MK Shuli Mualem-Refaeli called on Netanyahu to appoint her party's chairman, Naftali Bennett, as defense minister.

Greenblatt Rebuking ‘Terrorists in Gaza’ Amidst Promises of ‘Deal of the Century’

It remains to be seen how Greenblatt plans to incorporate his clear understanding of the borderline-suicidal policies of the Gaza terror gang into his much touted plan for a "deal of the century."

Netanyahu in Paris for Armistice Day, But No Meeting with Putin

Netanyahu is slated to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron while in Paris.

Netanyahu in ‘Excellent Health’ Says Doctor

Deputy Minister Ze’ev Elkin served as temporary Prime Minister during the time Netanyahu was under sedation.

Pig’s Head Posted on Israeli Synagogue Gate

The incumbent mayor has often been charged with discrimination against the city's religious population.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi Says Jews There Comfortable and Confident

According to Rabbi Lazar, the situation in Europe is less favorable for Jews.

Berlin Bracing for March of ‘Rightwing Extremists’ Marking Kristallnacht’s 80th Anniversary

The Berlin Senate has banned the march on what appear to be strictly emotional grounds.

Florida’s Governor-Elect Vows to Be ‘Aggressive’ in Fighting BDS

DeSantis was a tireless pro-Israel advocate during his six years in the US Congress.

#MeToo Founder Alyssa Milano Won’t Join Women’s March Over Linda Sarsour’s Participation

Milano became aware of Sarsour's caustic influence on liberal women's politics when she was challenged by rightwing reporter Laura Loomer.

Culture Minister Miri Regev’s Statue Now a Temporary Feature at Israel’s National Theater

In recent months, Minister Regev has provoked outrage in the culture community in Israel with her so-called "Law of Loyalty in Culture."

Post-Midterms: With Democrats Retaking the House, Jewish Leaders Still See Strong Israel Support

“The concern we have is that some new Democrats are not favorable for Israel, and the hope is that they will be marginalized.

Knesset Empowers Interior Minister to Stretch Legal Fiction in Approving Usury

When one pays a real estate tax bill with interest to a city hall that's covered by a blanket Heter Iska from the Interior Minister – that's very much a violation of Torah law.

Religious University Bans ‘Nakba Nonsense’ and ‘The Palestinian Refugee Lie’ Pro-Israel Pamphlets

The school also barred Im Tirtzu from distributing complimentary tote bags to IDF reservists – a decision that was altered only hours before the fair, following the group's petition.

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