Who should be making the decisions? Where is the Defense Minister?
Naftali Bennett retained and enhanced his control over the party with 80.03% of the vote.
What is needed is an alternative to this purposeless Right. If the most Right government there is, can't prevent an awful destruction like Amona, maybe it's really preferable to be in the opposition.
Early elections may be the consequence if Mandelblit decides against Netanyahu.
MK Bezalel Smotrich on the need to tell the world about Israel's right to its land. Full text enclosed in addition to subtitles. Recommended for students of history and international law.
Israelis would be more willing to forgive the PM for smoking thousand-dollar gift cigars than for losing the creative edge of the defense apparatus.
'we are in a narrow window of opportunity, it's our last chance before the world forces on us a terror state along Route 6.'
The Knesset Constitution Committee is scheduled to debate a plan to apply Israeli sovereignty in Ma'aleh Adumim on Monday.
Bennett said: 'We succeeded in keeping the residents of Amona on the mountain as well as achieved the strategic Regulation Act last week.'
The threat was intended to pressure Likud to make sure all the coalition partners indeed show up to support the bill.
"For 21 years, the Left has been trying to blame Netanyahu for the incitement. Over and over Netanyahu said we disagree, but there should be no incitement. And now you're trying to silence him."
A whopping 25 out of Netanyahu's 30 Knesset Members have signed a commitment to pass the Arrangements Act, which would force a war between the government and the high court.
MK Yehuda Glick wished Trump would be able "to ascend to the Temple Mount and lead from that source of the world's energy a dialogue of reconciliation and global peace."
Among other things the resolution blames Israel for destroying Jerusalem's historic and archeological heritage by conducting archaeological digs.
Habayit Hayehudi is facing an existential dilemma these days, as many of its voters have said they'd rather see their elected representatives leave government than participate in the decision to uproot the Amona residents.
"The rules in the Middle East are sometimes counterintuitive," Bennett said. "To maintain peace here, we must be very strong. As soon a you're too soft in this neighborhood, you catch a blow."
Threatened residents are accusing the rightwing members of government, especially Bennett and Shaked, of a lackadaisical approach to Amona's impending doom
Bennett said that Israel's battle against global terrorism was being undermined by the international community pushing for a two-state solution.
Netanyahu and Bennett were welcomed by the school's 200 students in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
Israeli media and political experts spent the past week trying to figure out what in God's good name Bibi's former defense minister was talking about.
Bennett pledged that his ministry would combat ethnic discrimination in the enrollment process of all educational institutions, particularly the ultra-Orthodox.
The fact that the first two of these organizations is completely Orthodox, while the third varies from one campus to another has irked many, in Israel and abroad.
In terms of political affiliation, the Knesset factions would have experienced a serious tilt to the right were the elections held this week.
Bennett was behind the popular notion that the Netanyahu security cabinet was unaware of the tunnel threat.
"We're talking about a new kind of terrorism, viral terrorism," Bennett explained.
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