Glick should beware, though, of his newly acquired power, and avoid delivering to the unschooled messages they cannot truly comprehend.
The Krakow Judge wrote that "had Poland accepted the US extradition request, it would have violated the rights of Mr Polanski and at the same time the European Convention on Human Rights."
"The need for security in Israel is clear and there are no disputes. We shall continue assisting you on the matter."
Vegan soldiers are encouraged to file their complaints with the military ombudsman by fax or email, whenever their military assignments clash with their core Vegan beliefs.
The re-mapping effort of those 62 thousand hectares constitutes a significant increase in the rate of this work, compared with only 20 thousand hectares re-mapped in 2014 and 13 thousand in 2013.
An administrative decree signed by OC Central Command Maj. Gen. Roni Numa bans Ettinger from Judea and Samaria for a period of one year.
Israel must "permit Omar Barghouti to play his full role, both inside Israel and without, in representing the aspirations of the Palestinian people."
“I’m not a Starbucks guy. I’m a Dunkin Donuts guy, but I like to pay for the coffee of the other folks behind me in line,” Kraft revealed.
Justice Minister Shaked issued a statement Monday, saying her bill will give security forces the power to fight terrorism while maintaining human rights.
The good news is that a 62% majority of US respondents believe that the BDS movement is a form of modern anti-Semitism.
The film depicts an Arab society which has gone a long way towards tolerating its gay members. It also offers criticism and praise of Israeli society from the Arab point of view.
Another coalition crisis is over in an 11th hour save, this time with UTJ minister Ya'akov Litzman stepping in with a temporary solution to soothe frazzled nerves.
The reason for the severe limits on his civil rights is stated as: "To secure state security, public peace and maintaining public order."
The boats have mostly left from Libya, where many women said the smugglers had beaten and raped them.
So far, the website says: No, in big, red letters.
20 years ago today, on May 29, 1996, Benjamin Netanyahu was voted in for the first time as Prime Minister of Israel, beating out Shimon Peres in direct elections.
The World Health Organization last week named Israel as the world's sole abuser of health rights.
A Friday Channel 1 News poll gives Bennett's party 14 seats in a new election, with Likud shrinking from 30 to 27 seats, Labor chopped down from 24 to 11, and Lieberman gaining 2, from 6 to 8 seats.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says his Kulanu party won't be the one to jump ship from the coalition.
The question is, even considering this fantasy scenario, whether the Ya'alon-Kahlon-Sa'ar triumvirate would be able to form a coalition and with whom.
Will Israel, known for its national obsession with plunging into new, radical changes, take on this moderate change? We'll know more on Sunday.
On Friday morning, a Kulanu politician, Environment Minister Avi Gabbay, announced his resignation on account of the Lieberman appointment.
Glick complained to the Ethics Committee against MK Masud Ganaim (Joint Arab List) for announcing his intent to ascend to the Temple Mount.
Close to 60% said they disliked Clinton, and 63% said they disliked Trump.
All the Israeli signatories on the first petition to foil an effort to halt the boycott are activists in radical Left organizations, which are backed by copious amounts of foreign political funding.