"This bill will once again show and reveal who is ideological in this Knesset."
Evyatar residents said they "gained so much" from living in the town, adding "it gives us the strength to return one day.”
"No sovereign state allows a foreign country to open a diplomatic mission on its territory to serve residents of a third state or entity. . .and not to a hostile entity.”
Moving them to the foot of Mt. Masada could solve a major dilemma for the left-right, Lapid-Bennett coalition.
Sadly, in the current political reality, it's more likely that the Lapid-Bennett government would continue to kick this can further and further down the road.
Tisha B'Av is only the first tense day on the Temple Mount this week.
According to the ruling, the principle of equality is a fundamental principle in Israeli law, and by virtue of it, equal rights are granted to all citizens of the state, including minority groups.
High Court Heeds Regavim’s Petition, Enforces Demolition of Invasive Arab Structure in Archaeological Site
Only after Regavim had issued another warning did the Civil Administration forces arrive at the invasion area on Wednesday and demolish the building.
Weiss is using praise, Smotrich threats, but they both are guiding Israel's first yarmulke-clad prime minister on the right path.
The visit came after Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai had issued a specific ban against Ben-Gvir's ascending to the mountain.
"Protection of Israeli state land and law enforcement against illegal construction, land-grabs and encroachment ... must top of the list of every Israeli official.”
Violent clashes between Arabs and the security forces take place around the outpost almost every day.
In Jerusalem’s Old City, prominent religious-Zionist rabbis pray the incoming government won’t “abandon the Land of Israel to the Arab takeover.”
AG Mandelblit made it clear to Netanyahu and Ohana that going against the professional decision of the police regarding the parade required a political decision.
The cancellation of the parade constitutes yet another capitulation before Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Yahya Sinwar, who has been able to terrorize Israeli officials without lifting a finger.
"It is our obligation to issue a clear and unambiguous call to immediately cease the inciting and violent discourse."
“We are returning to march through the streets of Jerusalem with our Israeli flags raised. . . Come in droves."
I, for one, cringe a little when politicians try to represent God in a rally. Many do so without the prerequisite qualifications, such as prophecy.
"These are no longer issues of right and left, they are issues of Zionism in the face of the danger to the existence of the State of Israel."
It should be noted that only last August, Yesha Council attacked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for freezing settlement construction.
Defense Minister Gantz handed over a victory to the enemies of Israel.
Both pieces of legislation bring hope to the right-wing lawmakers who have been pushing them stubbornly but with little success over several years.
"We expect an appropriate response, we are not ready to go back to rocket launches and balloon terrorism that don't receive a response."
“Jews returning to producing wine in their indigenous homeland is something to be celebrated, not stigmatized.”
The case involves Israel’s eviction of Arab families from properties in Jerusalem after an Israeli court denied the Arab property claims.
Lebanon is still without a permanent government after the resignation of its prime minister and cabinet ministers following the massive Beirut Port explosion in 2020.
"The Palestinian Authority continues to carry out its masterplan for territorial contiguity in the Jordan Valley, and the State of Israel continues to allow it."
"The San Remo Conference is maybe the most unknown conference in Israel."
Leaders of the US Reform and Conservative Jewish movements are worried a change in the Israeli KKL-JNF policy will be approved, and are working hard to prevent it.
"Once these illegal schools are completed, they create a win-win public relations headache which the Civil Administration hasn’t learned to contend with."