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PM Netanyahu has been on both sides of the fence regarding the new bill, but mostly, people in his circle explained, out of fear of retribution from the Obama Administration.
The regulation act which would have been met by outraged condemnation of the Obama Administration is expected to be ignored, if not applauded by the new tenant at the White House.
Netanyahu's henchman, Coalition Chairman MK David Bitan, was seen trying to reach a deal with the opposition parties to postpone the vote by at east one week.
The legislation was repeatedly stonewalled by Netanyahu over the past few months, for a variety of political considerations.
If the bill passes, it may put an end to the Supreme Court's guillotine hanging over the settlements.
Kara, who was born in 1955, originally planned to slaughter 61 sheep, to mark his 61 years on God's green earth.
'This is a warning sign and all of the involved entities should take action – here and now, before a disaster will occur and it will cost us in blood.'
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.
MK Zandberg announced that she intends to approach both the defense minister and the IDF chief of staff to protest the blatant and deliberate disregard for the Knesset.
'We can present an excellent picture of assistance and aircraft and military aid, and we can also talk about less successful meetings.'
MK Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid) accused the chief rabbinate of enforcing inappropriate, capricious rules, saying, 'You can't count on the chief rabbinate's kosher certification because it is corrupt.'
Isaac Herzog said that 'recently there has been a certain attempt to dim Peres' peace doctrine; his faith in the two-state vision and [his efforts to achieve] a comprehensive peace with our Palestinian neighbors.'
The amendment has been dubbed the 'V15 Law' a leftwing movement that received $349,000 in funding from the US State Dept. to unseat PM Benjamin Netanyahu in 2015.
When even the Knesset's leftwing parties want to kick out an Arab MK, you know it's bad.
The opposition bill was submitted against a backdrop of growing expectations that Israel's police will soon recommend to the state prosecution to open criminal procedures against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Temporary residents who support boycotts against Israel would not be upgraded to permanent residency, meaning they could be expelled.
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.