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"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."
After Rabbi Yehuda Glick was shot by a would-be assassin, Amir Ohana stepped in to act as his personal bodyguard.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon doesn't think it's a good idea to build a casino in Eilat; he'd rather see more money for schools.
Israel is shocked and horrified at the terrible massacre in Orlando, PM Netanyahu said at the start of the cabinet meeting.
Last week, a Knesset committee debated a bill proposed by two ultra-Orthodox coalition partners determining that use of public mikvahs will be conducted strictly according to halakha.
Ahead of coalition reshuffle, Bennett revving up attacks on Netanyahu, Liberman urging calm.
"Tajikistan is a Muslim state that has close economic, social and cultural ties with Iran."
Likud MK Benny Begin is outraged that fellow party members supported the appointment of new Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman.
A Friday Channel 1 News poll gives Bennett's party 14 seats in a new election, with Likud shrinking from 30 to 27 seats, Labor chopped down from 24 to 11, and Lieberman gaining 2, from 6 to 8 seats.
The question is, even considering this fantasy scenario, whether the Ya'alon-Kahlon-Sa'ar triumvirate would be able to form a coalition and with whom.
Likud MK Miki Zohar informed PM Netanyahu he intends to quit. A replacement is already waiting.
Herzog did not explain how a 55% majority of the house can be considered "extremist" while the remaining 45% are the proverbial moderates.
When the PM shook hands with the newcomer at the end of the Knesset Likud faction's first meeting of the spring session, he blurted, "Yehuda, it's the last time you're doing this to me."
The problems in the security cabinet were revealed as part of the lessons learned from Operation Protective Edge in Gaza in the summer of 2014 and from the Second Lebanon War in 2006.
Netanyahu expressed his continued openness towards including the opposition Zionist Union faction led by Labor party Chairman Isaac Herzog in the coalition.
Netanyahu was unhappy with Glick's presence on his party's list, and, in fact, refused to employ the "Norwegian Law" just so Glick won't become a Likud legislator.
MK Avigdor Liberman rocked the political establishment by agreeing to become the defense minister.
Netanyahu may have been clever or lucky, but Lieberman was, without a doubt, brilliant.