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Justice Minister: My Effort to Reshape the Supreme Court Is Complete

When she became Justice Minister, in 2015, Shaked set out to reverse the judicial revolution of former Supreme Court Justice Aharon Barak.

Sen. Graham: UN Peace Keeping Force in Lebanon a ‘Miserable Failure’

Graham suggested the US must hold Iran, as well as Hezbollah, responsible, should there ever by a massive missile attack on Israel from southern Lebanon.

‘Detained Congressmen’s Visit Focused on Jerusalem, Sovereignty, Security

Before this article went to press, Congressmen Tipton and McKinley were detained by Israeli police for daring to pick up an olive branch which...

Report: Leftist Professor Pushed Colleague to Accuse Supreme Court Candidate of Sexual Harassment

A radical leftist activist, Kamir is renowned for her lawsuit against the Hebrew University for failing to promote her, because, the university argued, of her "defective human relations."

Poll Gives Beleaguered Netanyahu Huge Lead Boosting Election Speculations

Should the indictments against him include breach of trust, Netanyahu is likely to ask for the public's renewed trust at the polls.

Government to Approve Shabbat Soccer Games with Haredi Tacit Approval

Last September, Netanyahu asked Deputy Attorney General Raz Nazri to provide recommendations to issue a sweeping permit to professional soccer on Shabbat.

Religious MK Elazar Stern: Mixed-Sex Combat Service ‘Wonderful’

Does Stern honestly believe that sitting in a college lecture hall next to members of the opposite sex imposes the same degree of unwanted intimacy, often the revolting kind – as the reality of the inside of a combat tank?

Israel’s Foreign Ministry Sets Emergency Session After Polish PM’s Remarks

“The Polish prime minister’s remarks are grave,” Hotovely said, “and they call for an apology to the Jewish people for the distortion of Holocaust remembrance."

Netanyahu Slams Polish PM’s ‘Outrageous’ Remarks, ‘Inability to Understand History’

“There is a problem here of an inability to understand history and a lack of sensitivity to the tragedy of our people,” Netanyahu said.

Coalition Rivals Preparing for Post-Netanyahu Era

Of Netanyahu's three other partners, the only real threat is posed by Bennett. Kahlon is constantly shown by the polls to be losing seats in the next elections, and Liberman cannot rise above his faction's current six seats if his life depended on it.

146,000 Israelis to Vote in Russia’s Presidential Elections

According to the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center, as many as 79.3% of respondents to its survey said they were planning to vote in this year's presidential election.

Netanyahu to Share Proof of Iran Involvement in Israel-Syria Skirmish at Munich Security Conference

“I will reiterate our determination to defend ourselves by ourselves - without any restrictions - against any threat.”

Tillerson to Hariri: Iran’s Influence ‘Unhelpful to Lebanon’s Long-term Future’ (video)

"We are engaging with the governments of both Lebanon and Israel to ensure Lebanon’s southern border remains calm," Sec'y Tillerson said.

Israeli-Lebanese Peacemaking Thru Energy Dealing in Beirut

Lebanon's President Michel Aoun said his country was committed to preserving calm on its southern border with Israel.

Dancing on the Edge of Demolition in Netiv Ha’Avot

"They are wonderful, Israeli mothers. They are raising their families with the values of Torah, Love of Israel and a devotion to the land. Here are their stories."

Finance Ministry Sabotaging Defense Minister’s Plan to Offset Terrorists’ Salaries

The bill offsetting terrorist salaries would deduct those hundreds of millions of dollars from the money due the PA, and, if Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu) gets his way, move these funds to Israeli terror victims.

Netanyahu Leading in the Polls Despite Police Recommendations to Indict

In a Channel 2 News survey, 50% of respondents said Netanyahu should resign, 42% said he shouldn't. Not so bad, considering the hype.

Lapid: Netanyahu Can’t Continue to Serve as Prime Minister

This is the second prime minister in a row to become entangled in corruption charges, the first one, Ehud Olmert (Kadima) ended up serving time.

The Case Against Netanyahu: Don’t Expect Indictments Before 5779

The preliminary phase of the cases against Netanyahu could take us to the end of 2018, certainly past Rosh Hashanah 5759.

Police Recommend Indictments, Netanyahu Fights Back: ‘Only the Good of the Country before my...

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.

PA Diplomat: We Will Not Stop to Learn our Kids to Throw Stones

"It is inconceivable that within the UN, which is supposed to establish peace and protect human rights, a diplomat would incite to violence and terrorism that injure and even kill innocent Israelis."

Government to Approve Aliyah of 1,000 Ethiopian Jews ‘Within a Month’

"There is a question […] regarding the Jewishness of those in Ethiopia, and because of this the State has decided that those who are still in Ethiopia will not make Aliyah under the Law of Return."

Russians Offer a Tuneup of Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Facility

Russian Ambassador to Iran said a visiting delegation is discussing "certain practical aspects of the project to reconfigure the Fordow reactor."

Netanyahu Trying to Quash Next Week’s Sovereignty Vote

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.

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