The group wants to reverse 50 years of liberation and bring back to holy city its reality of the 1950s and '60s, when foreign tourists used the Mandelbaum Gate crossing to walk through the barbwire fence that divided Jerusalem.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is slated to travel next week to Brussels to meet with leaders of the European Union.
It's a shame that with all that impressive global influence, the PM did not manage to get himself invited to the meeting between representatives of the US, Russia and Jordan, that decided to allow Iran, Israel's sworn enemy, to camp as close as three miles from Israel's border.
"WPL believes that progress happens by convening women political leaders who have the drive and the influence to create positive change."
Donatille Mukabalisa, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of Rwanda—one of the few parliaments with a female majority—will address a panel discussion on women's empowerment and gender equality.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) is definitely one coalition member who would rather avoid Monday's vote.
According to a Friday night report by the Washington Post, President Trump, who has a lot on his plate this week and next, became "agitated and exasperated" at his staff's overly cautious approach to the Jerusalem embassy issue.
"in the introduction, I wrote explicitly that my opinion is the same as the opinion of all the sages of Israel who forbade entering the Temple Mount."
Since about Tuesday the press both in Jerusalem and Washington has been exchanging rumors that the Trump administration is planning to formally recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel.
Pompeo visited Israel and called Netanyahu "a true partner of the American people."
The PA distributed some $300 million to the families of terrorists in 2016, coincidentally the same sum the US annually provides the PA.
"These works are carried out in the open and cause severe harm to the Jewish character of the State and severely hurt the feelings of millions of religious and traditional citizens in the State of Israel."
both the race website and its official YouTube channel state that Giro d'Italia would pass through "West Jerusalem" rather than, simply, "Jerusalem."
Netanyahu called terrorism a "savage disease" that "rampages so many countries, Boko-Haram, A-Shabab, the awful jihadists in the Sinai... a threat to all of us."
Israel still has no plans to cooperate with a Jordanian police investigation of the shootings and turn the guard over, but at least the ambassador will get thrown under the bus.
Waters is arguably the biggest world celebrity supporting the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel.
In recent days, the State Attorney's Office has been examining a solution for six of the neighborhood's buildings, which are also only partially located outside the approved area.
Close to 300 clerics from Jewish communities around the world, organized by the New Israel Fund, sent a letter to Netanyahu letting him know of their “outrage at the treatment of non-Orthodox Jews.”
"The volume of transactions continues to decline, apparently due to uncertainty regarding the effect that government programs in the housing area will have."
"The Security Council must not turn a blind eye to the growing Iranian influence in Lebanon and the extensive military build-up of Hezbollah forces in southern Lebanon, as they pose a threat to the stability of the country."
The interconnected mission training center provides realistic training for fighter pilots, squadrons and ground crews.
"I hope that a common sense, pragmatism and an instinct for self-preservation would prevail among our partners to exclude such a negative scenario."
Birthright brought 48,000 Jewish kids ages 18 to 26 to Israel in 2017, but not through the Reform movement, apparently.
The one area where the Haredim had to capitulate to a higher power was soccer matches on Shabbat.
"The response by the Progressive Jewish leaders to her remarks was natural and completely understandable, but blind to their own international interest."