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Habayit Hayehudi Bill Curbs High Court’s Authority to Overturn Laws

Ministers Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked formulated a legal plan whose goal is to complete a constitution for Israel that will restore balance between the three branches of government in Israel.

Israel To Allow 560 Tons of Tax-Free Honey Imports for Jewish New Year

The order is a temporary measure said to be necessary due to expected shortages in the domestic market.

Unemployment Hits New Lows

“I wouldn't like to see a reality where a husband or wife gets up in the morning and they don’t have a job to go to," Kahlon said.

Poll: Likud Still Leading, Labor Weaker

The Joint Arab List would retain its power with 13 seats, followed by Habayit Hayehudi which would rise from 8 to 12 seats.

Thousands of Chinese Construction Workers to Arrive in Israel

'The wheels are starting to move, and soon the Chinese workers will arrive in Israel [and] completely change the face of the construction and infrastructure industry in Israel, contributing to stability and sanity for many years.'

Minister Tells Bloomberg Israeli-Saudi Back-Channel Relations to Become Official

Dan Shapiro, Obama's Ambassador to Israel, is one of the few voices that are cheering on the Kushner-Greenblatt visit this week.

Gaza Artificial Island Harbor Plan Shelved Due to Defense Minister’s Objection

According to Minister Katz, the harbor island would finally remove Israel's responsibility for the situation in Gaza and might prevent a renewed military flare-up.

eBay Launches Israeli Tax Calculator, Wants Better Duty Exemptions for Online Shopping

The products Israelis are most attracted to online are smartphones, then wristwatches, running shoes and laptops.

Report: Palestinian Authority Sees Israeli Proposal as ‘Bad Joke’

Meanwhile no one has said anything about the PA presenting confidence-building measures to Israel's government.

Kahlon ‘Net Family’ Tax Cut Plan Passes Unanimously

“The Knesset today says in a clear voice to the working citizen that it also knows how to give, not just take."

Kahlon Social Engineers Young Families to Get Back at Netanyahu

Now approaches Kahlon's summer of discontent, where every one of his moves is expected to be colored with his desperate need to continue to matter.

Liberman Objects to Treating Syrian Chemical Attack Victims in Israel

Minister Israel Katz's proposal to transfer casualties from Idlib to hospitals in is opposed by the defense establishment, because it would requires cooperation with Turkey.

Liberman: If Syria Shoots at our Planes Again We’ll Destroy Its Anti-Aircraft Defenses

As to the Russian presence in Syria, Liberman said the last thing Israel wants is tension with Russia.

Coalition Crisis Brewing on Eve of Netanyahu China Trip

On paper, Herzog could cobble a new government with relative ease, should such a vote of no-confidence succeed and the Netanyahu coalition government be toppled – even without new elections.

Israel Bonds Celebrates New Record in Global and US Sales

"Investing in Israel has touched a response chord with individuals from all walks of life."

Shaked Victorious: Four New Justices May Tame Hyper-Activist Supreme Court

'The judicial appointments this evening express the human as well as jurist common sense we so need as a society and which has been so direly absent from the highest judicial echelon.'

Court Rejects Residents’ Last Ditch Appeal as Police, Army Circle Amona

Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel (Habayit Hayehudi) was also on hand, and served as a useful punching bag for the residents.

Incoming Israeli Economy Minister Says It’s Important to Safeguard Industry, Attract Investors

The incoming Minister of Economy and Industry points out that reducing the cost of living in Israel means safeguarding jobs here at home.

PM Netanyahu: I’ll Call Trump Tonight

'On the issue of settlement, none are more concerned about it than the Likud government and I.'

Knesset Passes NIS 907 Billion Budget for 2017-2018

The national budget for years 2017 and 2018 was approved by the Knesset in a vote of 60-48. Defense, as usual, is the biggest expense, at NIS 70 billion per year.

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