Attempts by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to prevent the rally – by meeting with some independent representatives on Friday afternoon – did not succeed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israelis in remarks broadcast to the nation Thursday night that it is “essential” to pass a one-year budget by...
The President's residence has been receiving inquiries on the subject, but has yet to respond.
"I will follow the guidelines. . . There’s no room for taking chances.”
Israeli Education Minister Yoav Galant told administrators at a special forum held Wednesday at the Education Ministry that kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school...
The exodus from Beitar Ilit on Wednesday morning perfectly showcased the abject failure of the Israeli government to properly deal with the second Coronavirus wave.
Entry into, and exit from, Beitar Illit will be restricted, as will be movement and businesses within the city itself, according to the text of the decision.
The deal is conditioned on El Al signing collective bargaining agreements with its employees that reflect efficiency measures required by the Finance Ministry.
"It is clear that in a situation of widespread community morbidity, the disease will also extend to the protected sub-populations to a large extent."
“The virus is changing its behavior and we must adjust ours accordingly.”
National Security Council head Meir Ben-Shabbat: "We are one step away from a total closure."
"This will be the largest social services strike to ever take place in the country.”
“If we do not block the spread of the coronavirus we will have neither health nor an economy.”
"I do not plan to vote for or support raising the fine to NIS 500. It's excessive," the Knesset committee chairman said.
A maximum capacity of 50 is to be allowed at bars, wedding halls and clubs; no more than 20 people at all other gatherings.
The movement promises to continue its activities with the ministers, members of Knesset and politicians to bring about essential changes leading to the first step of sovereignty.
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The Israeli government is turning a blind eye on this environmental crime by choice.
The dire need for Israeli sovereignty has nothing to do with the two-state solution, but with the safety of an estimated 3,000 Jewish homes which are once again in jeopardy.
Five months after the coronavirus erupted in Israel, the Health Ministry's control system is still full of holes and provides only partial information.
"We knew in advance that this man can finagle all of us. He invented a cosmic trick – how to swindle everyone all the time."
El Al is still negotiating with the government to receive aid in order to keep the airline alive.
Netanyahu's personal fortune is estimated at around NIS 50 million (approximately $14.5 million).
Having stabbed his colleague on the left, Netanyahu turned to welcome his guest properly.
"Instead of shirking their responsibility and telling Regavim to appeal to other entities, the ministry should put pressure on the local planning and building committees to address the problem."
Meanwhile, Israel continues to register a high rate of coronavirus infections, with 686 new cases over the past 24 hours, and 319 dead.
Unpopular a move as it was, the ministers also knew there was no longer any real choice given the exponential daily rise in new cases of the virus.
"People need to make a living."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the Palestinian Authority “not to lose another opportunity, not to waste another century trying to destroy Israel.”
MK Moshe Ya'alon (Yesh Atid-Telem) echoed the demand for a State Comptroller examination into the affair, and also called for the establishment of a state commission of inquiry.
Gantz added in the same meeting that before promoting political moves, Israeli citizens should be able to return to work and earn a living again.