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Weeks before Demolition, Still No Cabinet Decision on Amona

'After 50 years, it's time for the legislator to deal with our 450,000 representatives countrywide whose status is still suspended.'

Ehud Barak Blames UNESCO Decision on Netanyahu

Most of the Arab countries felt the resolution was over the top, but had no choice but to support it, lest they be seen as not favoring the Palestinian Authority which pushed it.

Goldstein on Gelt: What You Need to Know When Making an Investment Decision

What makes stock values rise and fall, and how should these influence your investment decisions? Doug explains the influences behind the stock market, and how to respond to them.

Tim Kaine’s Decision to Boycott Netanyahu’s Speech Could Hurt Hillary

Kaine would be a bonanza to leftwing Israeli Jews, very much like the folks who are currently in the White House.

Goldstein on Gelt: How to Make an Effective Financial Decision

Who is the best person to brainstorm and deliberate with about your financial decisions? What should you do if there is no one to talk to?

Fateful Court Decision: Will a Child Stay in Israel or Return to her Father...

The father submitted a claim for the return of his daughter based on the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, the return of abducted children.

Pro-ISIS Group Says ‘Use Ferguson Flames to Fuel Terror in America’

An ISIS-linked group calls for lone wolf attackers to use the Ferguson riots in America as cover for their activities.

Israel Law Center Wins Landmark Decision Against PA in NY Court

The Israel Law Center wins a landmark decision against the Palestinian Authority (PA) on behalf of 11 families of victims of terror.

Denmark Bans Meatballs to Accommodate Muslims

"The next thing could be that Danish nurses are forced to go under cover as Muslim women..." — Danish People's Party

Prisoner Release Highlights Erosion of Israel’s Will

In this morally unjust, tactically unwise, strategically harmful, militarily hazardous and life-endangering unilateral concession, we see the erosion of Israeli will.

Govt. to Court: Names of Prisoners Going Free Kept Secret from Bennett

The first group of Palestinian prisoners with Jewish blood on their hands will be released next week.

Who Am I Voting For, and How Should You Vote?

At JewishPress.com we’ve spent countless hours discussing the pros and cons of voting for each particular party. Now we'll share some of the discussions that have made this election decision such a difficult one.

Haredim Temporarily Off the Hook, Only 1,300 to Do National Service

Critics of the government are saying that the new decision was intended to improve Netanyahu's coalition negotiations with the Haredi parties.

Israeli Court Allows Country’s Most Celebrated Gay Couple to Divorce

One of the two was the first openly gay man elected to the Knesset.

Amid International Condemnation, Israel Selling New Apartments East of Jerusalem

"There is no benefit in maintaining a de facto construction freeze while Abbas is delegitimizing Israel."

Post-Ceasefire, Outraged Citizens Take to Streets

Outraged residents of the beleaguered cities of Sderot, Ashkelon, and Kiryat Malachi took to the streets, decrying the government's decision to enter into a ceasefire with Hamas.

On the Guardian’s Opinion Section: Hamas Propoganda

IDF strikes on Nov. 18 knocked out the Hamas television stations Al Aqsa and Al Quds in Gaza, but Hamas leaders were likely not too concerned, and knew they could always count on Plan B: Propagandizing at the Guardian.

Landmark Case: Israel Court Has Jurisdiction Over Suits Against Palestinian Authority

The Jerusalem District Court, in a landmark decision 10 years in the making, ruled on Sunday that the Palestinian Authority can be sued in Israeli court for damages suffered by an Israeli Arab tortured and kidnapped by their security forces on suspicion of spying for Israel, according to a report by The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu OKs Fortified Daycare Centers Near Gaza

The Cabinet on Sunday unanimously approved an allocation of NIS 7.6 million in order to complete the financing of building protected daycare centers in communities with 0-7 kilometers from the Gaza Strip.

The Voice of a Child

Children should be seen and not heard. It was a maxim that I heard many times throughout my childhood and which caused me a fair amount of frustration. When, I often wondered, would I cross that invisible line and move out of the periphery to which I was assigned, into the arena of adulthood and be given the chance to express an opinion that people would listen to?

Barak and Barack

An interview with Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak — thinly disguised as “the decision-maker” created a sensation in early August, when he suggested that an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear facilities was imminent. Barak explained that Israel could not depend on an American commitment to destroy the program in the future, even if it were made today. Suddenly, last week, Barak began to sing a different tune.

Likud Approves ‘Biberman’ Deal, Polls Show Zero Gain

Netanyahu said that the decision to run together won't change the Likud, but it would allow the Likud to change the State of Israel. But the new joint list will receive only 42 seats in the next Knesset elections next January, a Channel 2 News poll found on Sunday. It means that the parties will retain their current power.

The Safety Net You Need

The last time you were at the circus did you gasp as the trapeze artist swung through the air? Even though his antics might be scary, there’s a strong safety net catch him in the event of a fall. Hopefully, the trapeze artist won’t ever need to use it. But it is always there – just in case.

Arab Teachers’ Rejection of Holocaust Education Highlights Arab Anti-Semitism

Rumors of a U.N. decision to introduce Holocaust studies in schools in Palestinian refugee camps run by UNRWA have outraged Jordanian teachers.

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