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Threatened residents are accusing the rightwing members of government, especially Bennett and Shaked, of a lackadaisical approach to Amona's impending doom
The US Embassy in Tel Aviv supports the boycott, but God Had other plans when Jewish New Year baskets were sent out.
Minister Zeev Elkin called on Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) to lead a far reaching reform to regain the public's trust in the Supreme Court.
Although it's puzzling why Burger didn't tweet in English, or ask someone at the paper's English language website to help him translate, the panicky urgency of the tweet is unmistakable.
To remind you, Gush Etzion was founded not after the 1967 War, but back in 1940-1947. Its civilian population was overrun by an invading Jordanian army in 1948.
The AG is obviously feeling that he can't go to battle against a clear Supreme Court ruling to demolish Amona.
So now it's been established, the goose really hates it when the gander is doing goosey things, and sees nothing funny about it.
Had IDF soldier not acted, Israelis and Arabs near the terrorist could have died.
The reported plans for the controversial E-1 area are part of a design for 55,000 new homes in Judea and Samaria.
Peace Now chief Yariv Oppenheimer calls on the IDF to put a soldier on leave after he kills 3 terrorists in two weeks.
A community in Samaria told the Supreme Court it is working through the offices of Peres and Abbes to find a solution to prevent the planned desecration.
The PA ambassador to Chile is ruining the Arab cause by saying what the Palestinian Authority thinks.
New York celebrates one of its largest, most popular parades of the year, starting at 11 am: the Israel Day Parade.
Please pray for a full and speedy recovery to the People of Israel ben Sarah.
Anti-Zionist Arabs don’t always distinguish between Jews, Christians and Muslims.
A number of Israeli papers regurgitated a biased AP article on settlement growth, but they should have read it more carefully before hitting publish.
Arab riots often leave Jews between a rock and a hard place.
Peace Now co-founder slams construction over the 'Green Line' but his company invests in building up the same areas in Jerusalem.