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"We must not drop the ball and we cannot lose sight of our main target -- Iran. The moment we destroy the head of the octopus, our situation ... will be much better."
Leader of the Israeli Right, Naftali Bennett, speaks with Gil Hoffman about Iran, Syria and Natalie Portman today on Inside Israel Today.
"In a war against a cruel enemy who wants to destroy me, I prefer soldiers who shoot and laugh at those who shoot and cry and end up not shooting."
Bennett is demanding that the ministerial committee convene this week, claiming that if the issue is postponed until after Independence Day it would evaporate for lack of public interest.
Bennett has been courting the Haredi community to expand the ranks of Bayit Yehudi voters.
Naftali Bennett surprised Miriam Peretz at home, and surprised her again when he informed her that she is receiving the Israel Prize.
Bennett told Israel Radio that the crisis in the government is "a fake crisis that can be solved."
Israel’s bilateral relations would no longer allow allies to benefit from the relationship with Israel and not show support for the country in international forums.
The minister made the remark Monday at the opening of a new elementary school in the Jewish community of Neve Daniel, located across the road from Efrat.
What is the impact on the Israeli Left on Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s anti-Semitic speech and rejection of peace talks? Listen in as Gil Hoffman interviews Knesset member Nachman Shai on Inside Israel Today.
There is no reason the homes should be torn down! Sunday night, at a rally to show support, Naftali Bennett spoke calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do what he can to save those houses. Hear more on today's Israel Uncensored with Joshua Hasten
Bennett: "I cannot promise something beyond my power to deliver. But we'll do everything we can to protect this community."
"I have clarified to our friends in Washington and our friends in Moscow that we will operate in Syria, including southern Syria, in accordance with our understanding and in accordance with our security needs."
The armed wing of Hamas, released a statement saying that Israel “bears responsibility for the consequences of this aggressive escalation.”
Fewer than 20 people attended Bar-Lev's rally, but the vehemence with which he attacked one of the most common practices of IDF soldiers, religious and secular alike, suggests the gap between right and left in Israel is stretching even wider.
MKs will debate laws to legalize the Jewish character of the state, and to limit the power of the Supreme Court.
Rivlin, Netanyahu Call for Bipartisan Teamwork, Netanyahu Attacked at Opening of Knesset Winter Session
"You ... turned the word ‘leftist’ to a synonym for ‘enemy,'” Zionist Camp MK Isaac Herzog accused the prime minister.
Lowering the threshold would thus could give the rightwing block as many as 70 seats in the next Knesset—it now hovers around 65, and clip one or two Arab seats that would travel back to the Zionist leftwing parties.
The remnants of Israel's left who still command key positions both in government and the military jumped out of their skins at the embarrassing news of an IDF commander who sees himself and his soldiers as the heirs of King David and his victorious armies.
Sooner or later, this shiny package of a reconciliation is bound to fall apart, since it makes no sense.
Both Smotrich and Shaked have shown their ability to mobilize considerable political might in the pursuit of their ideas
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.