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For Reform the B in BDS Spells Bibi

The Reform movement will not meet Netanyahu before he gives back their share of the Western Wall.

Netanyahu Leaving for London to Mark Balfour Declaration Centennial

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday evening, following the special Knesset session in memory of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, will leave for London to attend an event marking 100 years...

Netanyahu Asked Trump to Let Pollard Go Home

An American source stated in response to the story that the Pollard affair should not be linked to the peace agreement.

Haredi Parties Demand New Military Draft Law Praise Torah Study, Likud Agrees

Last summer, the High Court of Justice revoked an earlier version of the draft law which granted yeshiva students an exemption from military service through 2023.

Netanyahu Honors WWI Soldiers from Australia, New Zealand, Who Liberated Holy Land

"This momentous occasion was a historic milestone in the natural kinship between our peoples."

Sharansky to Jewish Agency Board of Governors at ‘Egalitarian’ Kotel: We’re Stuck

We have seen no progress on any of these issues since the government’s regrettable decision in June.

After Saudi Meeting, Greenblatt Pressured Israeli Finance Minister to Meet with PA PM

Because of the difficulty in delivering a real political achievement, the Americans have turned to the path of economic empowerment.

Netanyahu Won’t Support Law Curbing Police Probing of Sitting Prime Minister

Both Kulanu and Habayit Hayehudi expressed their fierce objections to the bill, as did Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who warned that the new legislation would rattle Israel's already frail constitutional standards.

Pope Francis Invited to Launch Major Italian Cycling Race in Israel

'Being a sportsman implies competing with honor and respecting one’s opponents, irrespective of the outcome.'

Survey: 59% of Israelis Agree with President’s Support of High Court Against Netanyahu

59% said they agree or quite agree with the president, while only 26% say they do not agree or quite disagree. 15% said they did not know.

President Rivlin Swears in New Supreme Court Chief Justice Esther Hayut

Justice Hayut's reputation as a jurist far outshines Naor's.

National Opportunity: Israel’s Treasury Expecting $5 Billion Surplus

By law, if a decision is not made by the end of the year, the surplus money will automatically go to finance the budget deficit – bringing it down to about 1.5 percent, 50 percent below the budget deficit target.

Report: Netanyahu Commits $230 Million to Judea, Samaria Infrastructure Works

Netanyahu's infrastructure plan includes road development for the entire population of Judea and Samaria.

Abandoned by US, Kurds Surrender to Brutal Mid-East Math, Give Up Secession

The Trump Administration's urgent warnings against Kurdish independence convinced the Iranian-backed militias and the Iraqi government they had a green light from Washington to invade Kurdistan without fear of American intervention.

Shaked: Never Again Shalit Style Prisoner Exchanges

Hamas terrorists in Israeli jails – start packing, y'all goin' home now, hear?

MKs Begin Work Amid Investigations, Controversy, Criminal Investigations

MKs will debate laws to legalize the Jewish character of the state, and to limit the power of the Supreme Court.

Rivlin, Netanyahu Call for Bipartisan Teamwork, Netanyahu Attacked at Opening of Knesset Winter Session

"You ... turned the word ‘leftist’ to a synonym for ‘enemy,'” Zionist Camp MK Isaac Herzog accused the prime 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.

Netanyahu Rejects IDF Choices for Military Secretary, Wants Commander Who Told Troops to Fight...

The remnants of Israel's left who still command key positions both in government and the military jumped out of their skins at the embarrassing news of an IDF commander who sees himself and his soldiers as the heirs of King David and his victorious armies.

Migron Evacuees Waiting to Find Out: Will Netanyahu Keep Promise of 86 New Homes?

An AP news report suggested that the man who sold the land to these unsuspecting Jews in the late 1990s, Abd Allatif Hassan Sumarin, had been dead since 1961.

Netanyahu Warns Russian Defense Minister of Iran’s Influence following Airstrike in Syria

Netanyahu also said that Iran would have an arsenal of nuclear weapons within 8-10 years if the nuclear deal is not changed.

Netanyahu to Austrian Chancellor-Elect: Remember the Holocaust

Should Kurz form a right-wing coalition with the Freedom Party, Austria would join Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Poland’s Law and Justice government in pursuing tough policies on borders, refugees and migration.

Netanyahu Phones Austria’s Chancellor-elect Kurz With Invitation to Israel

Austria's Chancellor-elect said he is interested in “developing the friendship and links” with Israel, and is happy to visit soon.

Netanyahu Calls on World to Take Advantage of Trump’s Opportunity, Change Iran Nuclear Deal

"It is absolutely clear, if we examine this agreement, that if nothing changes, Iran will have an arsenal of nuclear weapons within a few years."

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