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Court Refuses to Revoke Citizenship of Arab Terrorist

Court: "What [the terrorist] did, though severe, is not unusual or extreme."

With Machane Yehuda in the Spotlight, Are Political Winds Changing Direction in Jerusalem?

Four leading candidates for Jerusalem mayor rejected a demand Monday by Health Minister Yaakov Litzman to close the city’s Shuk Mahane Yehuda open air market at night.

Likud Minister to Run for Jerusalem Mayor Without Bibi’s Nod

Rumor has it Netanyahu cherishes Elkin's help as Russian translator during his visits with President Vladimir Putin, and just doesn't want to start looking for a replacement.

Netanyahu: Prepare to Reopen Detention Centers for Infiltrators

Netanyahu said that in the absence of other solutions, he agrees there is no choice other than to reopen detention centers.

Israel Reaches Agreement With UN On Illegal Immigrants; Some to be Deported, Some Legalized

Government ministers are unhappy with the plan -- many because they were kept in the dark about it.

Israeli Government Publishes Full Anti-BDS Blacklist

“The boycott organizations need to know that the State of Israel will act against them and not allow them entry to harm our citizens."

Elkanah Pushes Back Against Shomron City Plan

An Interior Ministry committee believes combining four Shomron communities together makes sense economically.

Cabinet Passes Mini-Market Shabbat Bill

Minister Aryeh Deri said, "We want to prevent a change to the status quote, to prevent the Shabbat from turning into a national shopping day."

Cabinet Votes Unanimously to Shut Down Illegal Alien Detention Facility

'We are obligated to finance a wide range of recreational activities and to provide an allowance to those staying there. Is this where the taxpayer's hard-earned money should be spent?'

162 Members of Lost Tribe of Bnei Menashe Arrive in Israel

"More than 2,700 years after their ancestors were exiled from the Land, the Bnei Menashe are at last returning home to Zion.”

Knesset Rejects Bill Outlawing Second Chances to Disgraced Officials

'Today, a convicted person cannot serve as the minister's chauffeur, but he could serve as the minister.'

Netanyahu Plans Lowering Vote Threshold to Bolster Rightwing Parties, Rightwing Parties Enraged

Lowering the threshold would thus could give the rightwing block as many as 70 seats in the next Knesset—it now hovers around 65, and clip one or two Arab seats that would travel back to the Zionist leftwing parties.

Rabbi Stav Calls Aryeh Deri ‘Criminal Ignoramus’ over Anti-Modern Orthodox Hate Speech

Aryeh Deri was convicted of taking $155,000 in bribes while serving as Interior Minister, and was given a three-year jail sentence in 2000.

NGO: Israel Revokes Citizenship of Eastern Jerusalem Arabs

The report includes interviews with eight Arab families, "victims" of Israel's aggressive policy, the most glaring of which is with Abed Dawiat, who committed the official first act of terror of the lone-wolf intifada.

Court Revokes Citizenship of Israeli Arab Who Rammed and Stabbed 4 Jews

In court, the terrorist claimed that this was not a terrorist attack but rather his loss of control over his vehicle: "I did not do anything, they want to turn me into a terrorist, I do not know what they want from me," he said.

Poll: Likud Still Leading, Labor Weaker

The Joint Arab List would retain its power with 13 seats, followed by Habayit Hayehudi which would rise from 8 to 12 seats.

Deri Moving to Revoke Citizenship of Traitor Arab MK

Last March the Knesset passed the amendment to the Citizenship Law, which permits government to revoke a citizenship in absentia.

Israel Starts Suing the Estates of Killed Terrorists

'From now on, anyone who plotted, planned or contemplated carrying out an attack will know that their family would pay a heavy price for their heinous act.'

Kotel Stays Divided, If You Don’t Like It Make Aliyah and Change Government

Prime Minister Netanyahu suggested that 'the activism of the American Jewry does not always help.'

Haredi Coalition Partners’ Kotel Compromise Also Tacit Recognition of Reform, Conservative

The deadline for government's response to the high court's order is next Sunday.

Yaffa Deri’s Charity at Heart of Police Investigation

At the end of last year, Yaffa Deri's Mifalot Simcha applied for assistance to the tune of $160,000 from the Interior Ministry which is headed by Aryeh Deri.

Bennett Protests New Concessions Transferring More Land to the Palestinian Authority, Calling it a...

The cabinet passed a series of concessions to appease Trump, including converting land in Area C to Area A.

Aryeh Deri Slams Conviction of Shas-Linked Rabbi Avraham Yosef

Rabbi Avraham Yosef was convicted of violating the public trust for allegedly using his position as chief rabbi of Holon to further the interests of a family-run kosher certification organization.

Despite Haredi Outcry, Supreme Court Ruling Cuts Number of Businesses Open on Shabbat

Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.

Liberman Objects to Treating Syrian Chemical Attack Victims in Israel

Minister Israel Katz's proposal to transfer casualties from Idlib to hospitals in is opposed by the defense establishment, because it would requires cooperation with Turkey.

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