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"More than 2,700 years after their ancestors were exiled from the Land, the Bnei Menashe are at last returning home to Zion.”
The international emergency agency exercise is simulating a massive forest fire and humanitarian aid crisis.
The Smith Institute survey proves for the Nth time that the polls yield results based on how you write the questions, or, in this case, how you cut your random sample of respondents.
Housing Minister Yoav Galant (Kulanu) held that the project required double the allocated budget, and was holding back the construction work at the site.
The Knesset has passed a bill allowing revocation of citizenship of any Israeli found to be a member of a foreign terrorist organization.
The Netanya court discovered that the plaintiff's father was involved in establishing a group called Netzari (Hebrew for Christian), which he currently leads.
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.
The idea to create a biometric database of every Israeli citizen has been controversial from the start.
Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.
An Israeli citizenship would make travel in and out of greenline Israel easier for these Arab residents.
Activists calling for a boycott against Israel won't be able to enter the state if a proposed law is passed in the Knesset plenum.
Although it does not spell it out, the rules for the award most likely do not allow for the recipients to be under police investigation.
Lawmakers are cracking down on activists loyal to the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions movement who work to delegitimize Israel.
Israel approves birth certificates listing both mothers in cases where a family has two mommies.
The purge of civil service workers and officials by the Turkish government continues in the wake of last week's attempted coup.
"Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria have been experiencing unique security realities on a daily basis because of their geographic location and the quality of life in the area."
"Currently, French nationals who are looking to emigrate have many options, so if we do not offer them at least what other countries are offering – we'll be facing stiff competition."
Interior Minister Arye Deri is starting the process to revoke the citizenship of an Arab terrorist who tried to kill four people in a vehicle ram-and-stab attack near Hadera.
Now it appears that the Supreme Court is prepared to bring down the last vestige of halakhic Judaism regarding conversion
Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar is making his final preparations to step down from his post, and out of government.
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