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“But when I came by with the toys, he was running around and looked fine.”
“I know!” Shoshi beamed. “Hire Bochurim to help. They won’t even notice how it looks!” And they both laughed.
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Jewish Press Movie Review: Danon’s clip of Zoabi a winner but Jewish Home’s parody of Livni stinks.
Bayit Yehudi, or its predecessor, the Mafdal party, hasn’t held the Education Minister’s portfolio since 1999.
After narrowing missing in the last elections, Michael Ben-Ari is trying to make a comeback and represent the “real right-wing” in Israel.
It takes an average of 140 monthly salaries to buy a home. Ariel plans to lower that down to 85.
Ambassador Michael Oren is the first person to join Moshe Kachlon’s new political party, Kulanu.
Livni’s party is now down to 2 MKs (from 6). What did Herzog buy that was so expensive?
The Prime Minister will appeal the decision by the party’s comptroller.
Lieberman calls the police investigation a “witch-hunt” aimed at hurting the party’s chances at the polls.
The results of the poll may cause people to start changing their minds.
Rabbi Yehuda Glick, who was critically wounded in an assassination attempt several weeks ago, announced he is running “symbolically” on the Likud list for the elections to the Knesset. He is in 33rd place, and he will not be elected unless the party performs a miracle no less than his recovery and wins 33 seats. […]
Elections, and not Netanyahu, raised the minimum wage.
The decision of Uri Aril’s Tekuma faction to remain in the party and re-start a “Yesha faction” is a blessing.
Michal jumped up from the park bench. “I really must go,” she exclaimed, making a big production of looking at her watch. “See you, gals.”
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