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If you're going to remove the metal detectors from the Temple Mount, maybe remove them from a few other inconvenient locations too...
Gaza residents talked about peace and the economy in their meeting Wednesday with Greenblatt, and how they see their own situation.
PM Netanyahu has been invited for a return visit to India, and has invited Moshe Holtzberg to come with him.
Bennett noted that 'twice in the past 15 years we were a hair's breadth away from handing over the Temple Mount, the Mount of Olives, the City of David, and three quarters of the Old City to the Palestinians, by [former Prime Ministers] Barak and Olmert.'
Showdown: Netanyahu Boycotts Reform, Conservative, Sharansky, in Monday Night Meeting on Kotel Prayer
Senior Jewish Agency officials are saying Sharansky is livid over the government's decision to cancel the Kotel plan.
Identifying as Israeli is a distinct advantage in today’s cybertech industry.
"We are not prepared to accept any spillover or 'trickle of fire' from any front whatsoever."
"The Prime Minister demands that the Palestinian Authority condemn the attack and expects the international community to do so too."
“Palestinians themselves don't even have civil rights under Palestinian rule. What do you expect would happen to Jews?"
The PM also commented on a disturbing episode that had taken place in Jerusalem the night before.
Netanyahu thows the new Hamas document into the garbage, where it belongs.
'I heard Abu Mazen say that the Palestinians are also educating their children for peace.'
Full transcript from the meeting.
'I am against religious coercion,' he states flatly.
Prime Minister Netanyahu said the Palestinian Authority needs to "pass the test of peace."
Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.
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.
'We made it clear that any approval of a freeze, including outside the blocks, is a red line for us and we would not continue to sit in the government in such a case.'
The Jewish Press online received the following email statement from the Temple Mount Sifting Project (visit their crowdfunding campaign): "Representatives from the Prime Minister’s office...