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Religious General Rejected for Senior Post

Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot officially told Brigadier General Ofer Vinter that he won't be given the position of military secretary to the Prime Minister.

Report: Netanyahu Vetoed Habayit Hayehudi Bill to Reverse Disengagement from Northern Samaria

The Prime Minister's decision will effectively prevent the possibility of Israelis visiting Area C's northern Samaria, and certainly quash any notion of resettling Homesh.

Chabad Rabbi on Trial for Incitement: Soldiers Are Forbidden to Evacuate Settlements

Rabbi Wolpo said in his testimony that according to Jewish law the evacuation of settlements in the Land of Israel is a worse sin than eating pork on Yom Kippur, since it endangers the lives of millions of Jews.

Olmert Leaves Prison after 16 Months, May Be Ill

The Prosecutor's Office wanted to postpone the parole board hearing indefinitely but only received a one-week postponement. A request for an extension was rejected by parole board chair, retired judge Rachel Goldberg.

Ayoub Kara Appointed Minister of Communications

PM Netanyahu will be handing over this closely guarded ministry to Ayoub Kara.

DM Lieberman Says Abbas is Not a Legitimate Leader

Israel acts “in accordance with our interests, not according to whether or not we have a green light from the international community.”

Former Minister, Scholar Rabbi Benny Elon Dead at 62

Prime Minister Sharon fired Elon over his objection to his Gaza Jews' eviction plan.

Knesset Rejects Bill Calling to Appoint Replacement for Netanyahu ‘Just in Case’

The opposition bill was submitted against a backdrop of growing expectations that Israel's police will soon recommend to the state prosecution to open criminal procedures against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Report: State Auditor Looking for Gush Katif Missing $1.3 Billion

A local official believes most of the missing money is being kept in the Agriculture Ministry's coffers.

Netanyahu Matches Ben-Gurion’s Record for Consecutive Time in Office

Interestingly, Netanyahu’s most ardent foe these days, Ehud Barak, served the shortest term in office as Prime Minister: eight months and one day.

Report: Trump Circle Furious over Liberman’s Leftward Pull on Settlements

Trump officials have said that the Israelis have not yet digested the fact that the new administration might support annexing the settlement blocks, never mind building there.

Peres, Sharon, Barak, Star in Campaign for Ma’ale Adumim Sovereignty

The new campaign is banking on the fact that all of Israel's past mainstream politicians have supported the settlement enterprise, even if some of them later became its sworn enemies.

Final Obama Battle Waged Against Amona Jews

On Wednesday, the State Department “strongly condemned” the resettling of Amona's Jews, in an angry press release reminiscent of the Days Secretary John Kerry was first realizing there was no Nobel Peace Prize for him for fathering a new Palestinian State.

Shimon Peres Dead at 93

During a political career that spanned 73 years, Peres served as prime minister, president, and Knesset member for 47 consecutive years, the longest anyone has served in the Israeli parliament. H

PA Senior: Israel Refusing Meeting Ahead of Possible Cairo Summit

The same official also told Israel Radio that the PA does not demand that Israel freeze settlement construction as a prerequisite to the Paris conference, but rather the freeze should coincide with the start of negotiations.

MKs Commemorate Gush Katif Expulsion, Seek to Learn From Mistakes

The Gush Katif and Northern Samaria Commemoration Center held a conference on Monday commemorating the eleventh anniversary of Israel’s “Disengagement.”

AG Recommends Evacuating Amona, Residents Hoping for Political Rescue

The AG is obviously feeling that he can't go to battle against a clear Supreme Court ruling to demolish Amona.

Former IDF Spokesman: Army Radio Hosted Anti-Disengagement Voices While Israel Radio Blocked Dissenters

Kol Israel was instructed to block access to MKs wishing to speak against the uprooting of some 8,000 Jews from Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip, in 2005.

Uzi Landau Quits Post as Co-Chair of KKL

Former MK and Tourism Minister Uzi Landau resigned his post as co-chair of Keren Kayemet L'Israel.

Memories of Sand and Sea: Gush Katif Residents Mark 10 Years to Disengagement

“I still wait to return,” Hodaya Giat said, “I still have hope that someday we can return to the beaches, to our homes.”

Most General Staff Were Opposed Unilateral Disengagement from Gaza

Naveh said that then PM Ariel Sharon did not consult with the IDF senior officers about the Disengagement.

Aliyah from France Soars 25 Percent

French Jews are running away from terror and running home at the same time.

Bibi Says: ‘I am Going to Speak to Congress About the Bad Offer Made...

Bibi says US and partners already made very bad offer to Iran; he is going to DC to speak against it

V15 US Political Operative Marinated in Hate-Israel Activism

V15's Bird was marinated in his former boss's hatred of and blame-only Israel mindset.

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