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An American official reportedly replied brusquely, "What business is it of yours? It's not in your territory -- it's part of the West Bank."
In accordance with the agreement, the new wage contract will be implemented within the next two weeks.
The Prime Minister's wife has said that these were minor issues, and certainly not criminal.
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...
New Amona for a settlement slowdown and any permitted building restricted to the settlement blocs.
'Lempert was literally Obama’s point person in the White House orchestrating his war against Israel.'
On Wednesday, Netanyahu told Israeli reporters in Beijing that construction in eastern Jerusalem has not been part of the negotiations with the White House on restricting settlements construction.
Netanyahu noted that both countries have longstanding traditions and are committed to building societies that promote technology and innovation.
Discussions on the issue of Israeli settlement construction are continuing between the PMO and the White House.
The families say they won’t feel 100 percent certain the promise is being kept "until they see the land cleared, homes built, and mezuzot on the doorposts of their new homes."
'We have come to Haifa and we have invited council heads from across the north whose communities were affected by the fires in order to give them clear message: All government ministries are committed to extending a hand to you quickly.'
The patient retained the services of Amir Attaran, an Iranian-American Professor of Law, who filed a complaint on her behalf with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, for discrimination on the basis of sex and family status.
A former aide to PM Netanyahu was detained at Ben Gurion International Airport "to give testimony."
"There was never a government discussion, resolution or vote about the two-state solution."