Yitzhar Hilltop Youths Throw Molotov Cocktails at Police following Clash over Rebuilding a Synagogue
Virtually all the politicians who on Friday morning condemned the firebombing ignored the fact that the Border Police had it in for the Kumi Uri residents who were trying to rebuild their fallen synagogue.
Meanwhile, finance committee from the Likud, Shas and UTJ boycotted Wednesday's committee meeting, and may also boycott the meeting Forer has called for Thursday morning.
Obviously, now it's time for Rabbi Pearl's people at Zomet to come up with a gramma version of Zoom.
Anyway, we should add "No WOW clashes with Haredim at the Kotel" to the long list of #Coronavirusbenefits.
There are countless unintended consequences to the proposed action, not the least of which being that we'd have to celebrate Purim again, seeing as Purim falls on Adar II.
Israelis spent two full minutes cheering the medical professionals who have been working tirelessly to keep Israelis healthy.
"Telling them, 'Stay home,' does not make them feel better in this reality."
The Belzer Rebbe reportedly instructed his followers not to listen to the news broadcasts, and asked that girls come to school without their official school uniforms, to avoid criticism.
Rivlin has already leaked to the press his idea of bypassing the tedious and fruitless 2- to 3-week periods he would normally have given Netanyahu and Gantz – and move straight to throwing the process to the Knesset.
Should the rightwing bloc end with 58 or even 59, the process of Netanyahu's removal by legislative means would begin.
"If we have to bring in MKs from the opposite camp, we will certainly change the law so that no sanctions are imposed on them," MK Zohar said.
It appears Judge Ido Druyan-Gamaliel's liberalism is so lopsided, it's a wonder he can walk the street without falling over.
"This whole case is a libel, tailored by the prosecution, the Shin Bet and the IPS, which helps them break Amiram."
"If there were a sincere religious intent here, they should have insisted on Arab drivers for the Mehadrin taxis."
The Jerusalem cops have been on the war path with religious-Zionist politicians in recent days.
"The Israeli police needs an emergency cleanup of the stables (Hercules' fifth labor – DI), and this judge does not deserve to stay in his job even one more day."
Turns out it's not the religious folks who are suffering from a fear of Isaac…
It was precisely over their thuggish practices that the district court severely rebuked the regular and clandestine police.
The protest was against the arrest of a Haredi draft dodger.
"We are told, in effect, be secular or you won't serve here."
Kes Maharat: "We have made sacrifices to keep our Judaism. For us to come to Israel only to be told it is doubtful we are a Jewish – there's nothing more humiliating than that."
New Right chairman, Defense Minister Naftali Bennett declared: "It's a big day. We've reunited our home." Of curse, we also broke the home apart in the first place, last February, but that was two elections ago.
Make their slogan: "The party with internal fisticuffs only some of the time."
Ron Kobi was accused of provoking and instigating against religious Jews. He was fired for failing to pass a budget.
Running together, a rightwing union would receive 8 seats.
Rabbi Haim Amsalem responded: "Soon the term in office of this violent man will end."
"Ascherman and his radical friends from Ta'ayush are provocateurs who come to incite hatred against the resident of Judea and Samaria.
"A party that wants to remain alive can't be impervious to the public's sentiments," Smotrich stated, hinting at the near-autistic Rafi Peretz pact with Otzma Yehudit.
“On behalf of the Australian Jewish Community, I implore you to reconsider this appointment until the investigation into Yaakov Litzman has concluded.”
His partner on the council, attorney Zohar Yasharim (Shas), voted against the Sababus budget – for the obvious reason of the desecration of Shabbat.