How ironic, that Rosen Zvi, whose articles deal with the development of the term Goy, would be used to bash a pro-Jewish resolution by the vast majority of a German parliament practically packed with goyim.
Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev (Likud) on Friday said: "Liberman will not tip the balance. The one who decides who will be the next prime minister is God." But does God vote Likud?
The signatories include former Communist party MK Dov Khenin, Labor's Eitan Cabel, and Lapid's Yesh Atid MK Yael German.
"The real surprise was the judge's decision that the event could be held."
Women's Lobby CEO Michal Gra Margaliot told the court that the value of equality in the public sphere supersedes consideration for the feelings of the Haredi community.
Yamina chairwoman Ayelet Shaked objected to Mandelblit's position, recalling, "[Joint Arab List candidate] Ofer Cassif said I was neo-Nazi scum, so for that he didn't run to the Knesset?"
Smotrich's partners at the top have been absorbing some of the fire that has been trained on him, and have largely supported Smotrich.
Sahas pointed out ultra-Orthodox taxpayers also deserve to enjoy events in their city of residence.
Clearly, it's a strategy, and one which obviously rings true with the voters Smotrich is looking to bring back home.
The investigation files will be forwarded to the Jerusalem District Attorney in the coming days in preparation for a decision on whether to indict Litzman.
Smotrich is right, so we score this round in his favor, but with an asterisk, because, hey, he knew what he was doing last night.
"Indeed, it is difficult for both of the roles of father and king to coexist. David thus serves both as a role model and a warning sign for us."
Commission officials said Shain's tenure was not renewed because of his opposition to the establishment of the school of medicine at Ariel University.
The survey shows that the Israeli Jewish public is solidly rightwing, since, with Liberman, the rightwing representation in the Knesset stands at 70%.
On the morning after that tense game of chicken between Ben-Gvir and United Right, it has become clear that refusing to accept Otzma's demands was not a United Right failure, it was their strategy.
"He (Netanyahu) has nothing to do with the right, he promotes only two principles: his own ruling with God's grace and his cult of personality."
The candidate for Prime Minister addressed the elephant in the room, his fellow Blue&White leader Yair Lapid, who is universally loathed by the Haredi public.
It is important to note that without the Otzma Yehudit votes – estimated at 70,000 – the party of Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich would not have crossed the threshold in the April elections.
The Deadline for submitting lists for the September 17 election is Thursday evening, August 1.
Too inclusive a union might actually cost the bloc some votes, because the purists in each section of the public to the right of Likud might opt to stay home if they're turned off by this or that partner.
There's nothing quite like featuring the photo of exactly the wrong Rabbi in your hate campaign.
Itamar Ben-Gvir: "Rabbi Peretz should not use us as a bargaining chip against Bennett and Shaked."
A united list that covers the entire camp to the left of Blue & White may be able to draw enough votes from the Arab sector to reach 15 Knesset seats on September 17.
Shaked has been quoting a lot of traditional Jewish terms these days – much the way Hillary Clinton used to drop the hard G's at the end of her sentences the further she got below the Mason-Dixon line.
In Haredi society, half of which is poor and seventy percent of which are classified as low-income earners, the ratio of debtors is low.
The thing is, every child in Israel is familiar with the sweeping accusations Barak spewed from the podium Wednesday night.
"I know that conversion treatments are wrong and severe, this is my unequivocal position."
Right or wrong, this thing isn't going away.
Let Smotrich and Peretz ask Itamar Ben-Gvir and Michael Ben-Ari how it feels to drop from a faction of four MKs in 2009, to 70,000 votes in the last elections, because they were so smart and pure of heart and free-speechy.
According to this morning's poll, should such a slate emerge, the public at large believes Ayelet Shaked is the best candidate to lead the unified religious right to victory.