"I know that conversion treatments are wrong and severe, this is my unequivocal position."
IfNotNow activists approached Warren in New Hampshire, asking to her to push "the Israeli government to end occupation.” Warren enthusiastically replied yes and took a picture with them.
One good thing from last night: the vote results were tabulated and announced in a matter of seconds.
That beacon of Jewish light, IfNotNow, dedicated to preaching to unsuspecting Birthright youths why the settlers are the same as Nazis, but less organized.
The committee's Monday morning decision means the PM must return the $300,000 he had already received from a close associate.
Haskel now admits that, contrary to her hopes, it won't be possible to approve the bill, and therefore it is not expected to come up for a vote in the current Knesset.
Gafni could avoid the visit that offended him so much by helping the seminary retain its status vis-à-vis Israeli medical schools.
Professor Wattad believes that the new law dispersing the Knesset "was enacted in the absence of authority and in flagrant violation of constitutional norms according to the Basic Law: The Government," and therefore it is null and void.
These days, the remaining Jewish community of Ioannina has shrunk to about 50, mostly elderly.
"The turnover government will be elected only if out of 900,000 eligible Arab voters, 800,000 will show up."
"We lay down on the barbed wire fence on behalf of the right wing."
Denmark's justice minister, Søren Pape Poulsen, who leads the Conservative People’s party, argued against exclusing the new party from a future government coalition
Australia’s Labour Party Dumps Candidate over ‘Shape-Shifting Jewish Lizards’ Post Ahead of May Elections
Two weeks ago, Labour candidate Melissa Parke was forced to step down after claiming that a pregnant Arab woman had been forced to drink a bottle of bleach by Israeli soldiers.
The "deal of the century" will compensate local Arabs with billions of dollars in investments in their economic and civic well-being, for the fact that they will remain an autonomous canton, but not a state.
The honorable Congresswoman from the Bronx and Queens is notorious for saying stuff she doesn't really understand.
Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman said he had just been informed that his party had risen to eight Knesset seats at the Likud's expense.
Watch the official results from the Arab village of Kisra-Sumei. Not a single Arab party received any vote, while a variety of Jewish parties received votes in obviously doctored batches, none of which included any single digits.
If ignoring the tantrum fits of the New York Times will inevitably "deepen the alienation between [Israel's] right-wing coalition government and a majority of American Jews," I say, take the chance.
Samotrich conditions his party's entry into a Netanyahu-led coalition an outright rejection of President Trump's peace plan.
"I intend to insist on Netanyahu's parallel commitment to this. The High Court will not win this election."
In the settlements of Itamar and Bat Ayin, the Election Committee reports indicate an unusually large number of votes for Arab parties.
“Yet another example of how Netanyahu uses electoral politics to justify occupation and undermine the two-state solution.”
And so, having introduced you to the Columbus, Ohio of Israel, here are the results of yesterday's sample vote, please take it with the appropriate grain of salt, in fact, use a few grains of salt...
"Great forces are working to preserve the existing situation. The other parties and media people are pouring the fake news from their talking point pages to scare the public away."
25% of eligible voters are ages 60 and over.
"It's time to stop ridiculing people who stammer, and certainly stop using the word stammering as a derogatory term."
It's refreshing to see the aloof, cryptic former chief of staff finally splashing in the mud among all the other wrestlers.
In addition to the two major lists fighting for the Arab vote, Hadash-Ta'al and Ra'am-Balad, a number of new parties are also vying for the Arab vote, which are not expected to approach the 3.25% vote threshold.
Netanyahu goes to a Purim party, costumed as... himself.
Netanyahu had something important to say, but since it's now officially the silly season of the 2019 elections, he picked a strange venue in which to state it.