The ruling will significant challenges for religious Jews and the hospitals.
In the end, Israel's parties may have new names, but the problem remains: a split down the middle between Netanyahu and those who want to see him gone.
"The police are starting to discredit the late Ahuvia and everyone around him including his fiancée, family, and friends."
At this point, it appears that the two leaders are on the verge of a breakup.
The higher the share of elderly persons in the municipality, the lower its infection rate in the second wave.
MK Smotrich demanded the closing down of the "morally corrupt" Judea and Samaria police station which "treats the Jewish youth in Judea and Samaria like terrorists."
"These extremists are preventing other people who wish to get tested from doing so."
To say that they belong in two extremely divergent universes would be an understatement, and yet Aviv Geffen and Avraham Fried released in a new duet of brotherly love.
In an interview with Sharq Al-Awsat, Gantz said he is willing to compromise on parts of Jerusalem and the Jordan Valley, he opposes sovereignty and is against legalizing new settlements, while echoing the peace sentiments of the good old Oslo years.
The Haredi partners in this coalition are now trying to lead a move to impose a new draft law that fits their needs, which would ultimately be struck down by a raging Supreme Court.
The Haredi community is claiming that the light rail would lead to sexual promiscuity in the Haredi neighborhoods.
Netanyahu is the old fox that keeps outfoxing all his enemies.
Other citizens who perform National-Civil Service, including more than 5,000 Arabs, will not be eligible for the grant.
The rabbinical judges also asked to bring their ruling to the attention of the rabbis of the city of Dimona where Sasson lives.
The proof is in the baklava: since its enactment, law enforcement agencies have indicated a 50% reduction in the volume of illegal construction starts.
Mayor Ben Hamo made curbing the Haredi settlement in Arad, particularly the Gur Chassidim, a top priority since he took office in 2015.
“Given the lessons of the past ... the expectation that the new draft arrangement would bring about a real change ... is nothing more than wishful thinking at best."
Likud's decline is exploited by Yamina, which gets 21 seats while – lest we forget – it currently holds only 5 Knesset seats.
Netanyahu said: "Let it be clear to everyone, if the morbidity goes up in this or that city, I will not hesitate to recommend that the Cabinet close that city, cordon it off."
Every kippa wearer was accused of murder.
As the Oslo process progressed and another interim agreement was signed the country was torn up by strife and rage.
Bennett, who was threatening to get uncomfortably close to Netanyahu's poll numbers, has apparently exhausted his drive at the current stage and is starting to lose the centrist voters.
“Unfortunately, the government is making the same mistake and expects a different result."
It is interesting to note that the peace agreement with the Gulf states that has grabbed many headlines over the past month is not beneficial in the least to the prime minister’s popularity.
To Rabbi Klein's credit, he did not try to contradict the scientific truth that those who observe the commandments of prayer and study in public and in closed spaces risk their lives.
"The rabbis, the ones who are there, the wise ones, are shouting 'Stop,' but their audience is not listening."
"I think Bennett can lead the country and be an excellent prime minister, but we are not forming coalitions yet."
The government is obligated to extend the special state of emergency every seven days if it wishes it to continue, and it must not extend it for more than 21 days.
The Department of Police Investigations has opened an investigation into the incident. If you're holding your breath for the results, it's probably a mistake. Breathe.
The revised law actually authorizes the government to restrict a person from leaving home to join a demonstration which is more than a thousand meters from his home during the lockdown.
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