The Nature Tuesday initiative has been reactivated as part of the struggle against loneliness.
The current prime minister outlines Israel’s five biggest challenges: rebuilding the economy; preparing for a second wave of the coronavirus; security and defense; the threat of the International Criminal Court; and applying Israeli law to the Jordan Valley and Judea and Samaria.
The Jerusalem Municipality, the Western Wall Heritage Foundation, the Office for Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage, and the Jerusalem Development Authority for the Development of Jerusalem will hold a special festive broadcast on Thursday.
And, on behalf of Blue&White, Omer Yankelevich, a Haredi woman, will be the next Diaspora Minister.
It's Lion in Winter time for Bibi Netanyahu – the inevitable chapter in every great leader's biography.
Circumcisions may be held with up to 19 people (as opposed to ten) in attendance.
The demonstrators insisted that this was merely the latest action in a long history of undemocratic and biased political activism by the court.
COGAT's enforcement activity was cut to only 30% in the wake of the pandemic, and as a result, grave robbers and treasure hunters have been roaming unmolested throughout the ancient sites of Judea and Samaria.
Netanyahu needs to only pull over two MKs and he has a coalition.
President Rivlin's options are to decide how much time pressure he should put on the coalition negotiations.
"Demand is higher than on any other Passover I remember, and the amount of eggs we marketed in the last month is significantly higher than our normal market share."
Outgoing Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein has a lot to say about the events of the past few months. Having recently become the first Knesset Speaker in history to resign, he says he's learned to stand up for his principles, even if it comes at a price.
Instant retaliation is so Bibi these days.
Every week a different part of the tour will be uploaded to the president’s social media accounts.
"We view this initiative as an additional significant step in building specifically-tailored responses for the needy population during this time of emergency."
Defense officials are working on a national plan to get food, medical equipment and other basic needs to vulnerable Israelis under COVID-19.
"You know, even we grown-ups are afraid, and even scared, sometimes."
President Rivlin asked to send his warmest wishes to the Coptic community in Egypt ahead of the Easter holiday, which will be celebrated in a more limited way this year because of the virus.
Interior Minister Arye Deri was reportedly in the process of implementing the change, but the plan was abandoned.
Netanyahu described an offer that is far too generous, yet still being rejected by Blue&White.
It should be emphasized that the right to protest in public will be preserved.
"Read along with me, the whole family or just the children, (and take the time for a coffee, without your phone).”
Dr. Said commended the Prime Minister on his leadership and the steps he is taking to curb the spread of the virus.
The new guidelines determine that “before being buried, the body must be enclosed in a double wrap of impermeable plastic bags, and only then be brought to burial."
My dear ones, as the special excitement of preparations for the Pesach holiday gives way to fear and anxiety, we embrace you and send our prayers for your welfare and good health.
The bus routes will no longer run to educational institutions, because classes are not being held.
It was clarified that the Shin Bet would not take part in quarantine violation enforcement procedures vis-à-vis those in quarantine.
"MK Aida Touma-Suleiman, you are a liar, an anti-Semite and a scoundrel."
Prayer and religious ceremonies are to be held in groups of up to 10 people each, at a distance of two meters between each person. No more than two groups at a time.
All schools and institutions of higher education across the country have been shut down starting Friday morning, on the order of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.