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The incoming Minister of Economy and Industry points out that reducing the cost of living in Israel means safeguarding jobs here at home.
The Netanyahu cabinet has been extra careful not to provoke the ire of the retiring emperor on the eve of that portion of his term when he no longer needs to worry about the Jewish vote.
"They say we should use carrots and sticks, well we're fresh out of carrots, only sticks are left."
Although it's puzzling why Burger didn't tweet in English, or ask someone at the paper's English language website to help him translate, the panicky urgency of the tweet is unmistakable.
About 13% of the uprooted Jews of Gaza, are still living in temporary mobile homes.
The European Union is again castigating Israel over a simple city housing project.
"The key factor for resolving the housing crisis is a conceptual change in the planning process, the land development and the construction methods."
The construction section of the current Sales Law is outdated, and has led real estate companies to develop their own ways of bypassing it, at the expense of their customers.
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
The Jewish National Fund (JNF) plans to build up to 3,000 residential units on land it owns in the greater Tel Aviv area. TheJewishPress.com reported...
Israel's state comptroller has released a report on the nation's housing crisis that has set off a firestorm of criticism against the government but few solutions.
The office of the State Comptroller and Ombudsman stated Sunday that it will release the report on the housing crisis before the elections and...
Palestinian Authority spokesperson Nabil Rudaineh is "warning" Israel over housing projects and Temple Mount visits in Jerusalem.
The United States has -- again -- expressed its strong disapproval over the latest plans to build badly-needed housing in Jerusalem.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu authorizes plans for housing and other projects in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem.
Anti-Semitic? Of course not. He loves Jews who are anti-Zionists.
PM Netanyahu slams Peace Now attempt at sabotaging his meeting with US Pres. Obama, using recycled Jerusalem housing approval.