The construction plan, which will effectively connect Ma'aleh Adumim to Jerusalem, was frozen by Netanyahu for years following international criticism that it would harm a prospective Palestinian state.
The special polling stations will be located away from the regular polling facilities, so as not to jeopardize the public health.
Several polls published in the last 24 hours project that Likud is in the lead with 35 seats, and Blue and White is right behind with 34 seats.
LGBT citizens generally have limited or highly restrictive rights in most parts of the Middle East, and are targets of violence in others.
This year, it would be difficult for Democratic presidential candidates to attend the AIPAC conference even if they don't wish to boycott it: the conference starts right on the Sunday leading up to Super Tuesday.
In November, Sanders could appeal to middle America in 2020 the very same way Trump appealed to them in 2016: an uncompromising outsider, ready to take on the establishment.
"If the 250,000 olim from English-speaking countries vote with their feet, they could tip the balance in this election."
Last week, Yamina was struggling to keep 7 seats in the polls, and now it finally succeeded in squeezing an eighth mandate from Itamar Ben-Gvir's Otzma Yehudit's voters.
Yamina made inroads deep into the heart of Aguda/Shas territory.
This investigation is not about whether or not Gantz broke the law, it's about his failure to prevent his subordinates from breaking the law.
"We have removed all the restrictions and today I am announcing that we are going to build the Givat HaMatos neighborhood."
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit decided to open an investigation into the matter, but won't announce it before Election Day, March 2.
Netanyahu challenged Gantz to a debate “without an earpiece and without teleprompters” on diplomatic, security and economic issues.
We know you're Jewish, Bernie, we just don't know why God did it to us.
Of course, the Sanders premise is wrong: in America you can definitely buy the presidency, and Democrats have in recent campaigns raised and shelled out double the amounts spent by Republicans.
Smotrich told the Arab MKs that in the short time he has been Transportation Minister, he has done more for their constituents than they have done in all their years playing politics.
Right-wing religious parties signed a pledge of allegiance to PM Netanyahu.
Bibi is on fire, roaming the countryside, soliciting the very people he had avoided in the two previous campaigns, which he ran mostly via Facebook.
Should Gantz be able to revive the old Labor-Independent Liberals-NRP-Haredim centrist coalition of the 1960s in Israel, he could win big, relegating Likud back to the opposition benches.
Should Blue&White build up a considerable gap ahead of the Likud, this would likely result in the Haredim and Yamina deserting Netanyahu.
Despite Netanyahu's media blitz, in Washington, Moscow, and Africa, the needle refuses to move.
The present Finance Minister, Moshe Kahlon, announced he plans to retire after the upcoming election on March 2.
Gallup's bottom line conclusion is: the self-declared socialist Sanders could count on 76% of Democratic voters, 45% of Independents and, oh boy, only 17% of republicans.
“In some ways, this scandal more broadly exposes the weakness of modern-day information systems,” Prof. Weimann noted.
"I don't want to be dragged into a round of violence. If and when we do it, it will be at our convenience, in a manner and location which suit us, and it will be very painful."
In short, Klobuchar's position on Israel is the traditional, Moderate-Democrat position of President Clinton's administration.
Shin Bet agents abducted Ben David using an administrative detention warrant, in gross defiance of the court's five-minute-old opinion which freed him.
“My disagreements with its leadership on the national and security issues are deep, difficult and unbridgeable.”
"If Israel’s government continues with steps to annex the West Bank, the U.S. should make clear that none of our aid should be used to support annexation," Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) told the New York Times in a recent survey of candidates' policy positions.
One thing: when Arabs commit hate crimes their knives don't slash tires.