Liberman continued to issue promises on Monday morning, such as, "By the end of this year, we will destroy all the [terror] tunnels and complete the construction of the [tunnel] barrier."
"They can help us with our drought issues... Our dams are still not full. They can change that and make our dams our source of life."
The two Prime Ministers attended a ceremony to name a square in New Delhi in honor of the Indian soldiers who died in the fight to liberate Haifa from the Turks in 1918.
Of course, as far as hypocrisy is concerned, there was plenty to go around at Ben Gurion Saturday night.
Shas, which initiated the Supermarket Law, is not benefiting from it for the time being, and is expected to win only 4 seats (down from 7) – barely passing the threshold, if that.
"The Mossad has a responsibility to gain absolute superiority in the world of espionage," Cohen stressed. "We can't afford to be in second place."
He interpreted President Trump's declaration on Jerusalem to mean that "the limits of Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem are determined by negotiations."
Ha'aretz devoted five different stories to the Netanyahu Jr. fiasco, plus the complete transcript of his late night fling. The bastion of Israel's left was so heavy with dripping disgust, it should probably have been delivered to subscribers in plastic bags.
National Election Commission Chairman Ibrahim vowed to run elections "in accordance with the highest standards of fairness and international transparency."
Bennett views himself as Netanyahu's natural successor – and to get there, being nice to the PM is hardly a prerequisite.
Critics warned the measure would detract from the status of Israel’s more established universities and "would turn the entire Israeli academia into an active partner in the 'occupation.'"
The poverty rate among Haredi Israelis fell to 45% in 2016, its lowest level in more than a decade.
On April 12, 2017, Ahmadinejad announced his intention to run for a third term, against the objections of the Supreme Leader. His nomination was rejected by the Guardian Council.
All city services will be affected except the schools.
"It’s the friends who are with you during the challenging times that will never be forgotten."
The findings showed that in every case, the CEO’s emotions were perceived as less sincere than those of the junior employee.
This is worrisome, especially should the anticipated Democratic 'wave' materialize in November, 2018.
MK Glick's spokesperson confirmed the incident did indeed take place. The measure was closely debated, but generally votes are put off when a death has taken place.
Two years ago, Cologne saw mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve by North African and Arab young men.
One leftwing editorial suggested the Likud is beginning to prepare for life after Netanyahu.
"'The law, jurisdiction and administration of the State shall apply to any area of the Land of Israel that the Government sets in an order.' That's it... No wiggle room there."
"In practice, we managed to keep almost all the employees until December 2019, except for those who are close to retirement age."
“His Majesty King Abdullah ... had sent Their Royal Highnesses letters in appreciation of their service after they were referred to retirement from the JAF."
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas paid a “state visit” to India in May 2017 -- his sixth visit to the country -- and was reassured of India's "unwavering support."
Protesters in the city of Najaf Abad, central Iran, one of the bastions of the 1979 Revolution, chanted: We don't want the Islamic Republic!