The service has known better days, when other Israeli cities copied their initiative.
Haaland was described by an Israeli leftwing blog after her 2018 election as one of eight new congresswomen of color who were certain to cause Israel problems.
The lawsuit relied on a US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan ruling against President Donald Trump.
Zarah Sultana, 26, Labour's candidate for the Coventry South seat in the UK House of Commons, on Monday night apologized for her online post...
Efrat Council Chairman Oded Ravivi said this move "must be followed with the application of Israeli law in Judea and Samaria."
Last September, Rosen was also forced to pay tens of thousands of shekels in compensation to Civilian Intelligence, the outfit that employed him.
Incidentally, according to surveys published over the past quarter century, about 25% of the Israeli public believe Rabin was not assassinated by Yigal Amir.
Five Jewish visitors were detained Wednesday morning on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem after stopping to pray during their tour. Those pesky Jews even...
Remember Omar's notorious "Benjamins" tweet, and her other tweet, about the dual loyalties of American Jews?
"United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018" ensures that presidents would not be able to suspend US aid as a means of pressuring Israel.
God bless Senator Klobuchar who told her hosts: "I am so wedded right now to make sure we are actually continuing the aid.”
During the ceremony, Ambassador Friedman said the Shecheyanu blessing.
Hashomer Hatzair, which began as a Marxist-Zionist movement, has been staunchly secular and anti-religious — viewing itself as a leader of a legitimate form of secular Judaism.
Alas, the second spelling correction in the video changes "Sieg Hail” to the correct, Nazi-approved "Sieg Heil."
Bottom line: If nothing works out, the People of Israel will once again be sent back to the polls for an unprecedented third round of elections sometime next March.
By 5 AM on October 6, Chief of Staff Davis Elazar recommended a full, immediate mobilization of forces and a preemptive air strike. He was overruled by Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Netanyahu told Peretz: "You're not boring," and noted the fact that since he had announced his intention to apologize to her, she had become boring to the media.
Blue & White offered the Likud a quick negotiation if the Likud were to dump its political partners: Shas, UTJ and Yamina - an offer the Likud flatly turned down.
Journalist Alan Posener noted Shamsie's refusal to allow her works to be translated into Hebrew.
Mohamad wrote in his book “The Makay Dilemma” (1970): “The Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively.”
The Israelis chose a window of opportunity when no active Vela satellites were overhead in the area, but were not aware of a Vela satellite that had been listed as retired, but continued to receive and transmit data.
This reporter definitely sides with MK Bezalel Smotrich who last night called Ben Gvir and his party "irresponsible people who because of their ego threw votes in the trash."
"It's not enough that these radical academics set the tone for Israeli academia, now they are trying to decide the future of Israel."
"Prohibition of real estate transactions on the basis of national affiliation causes some discomfort," seeing as it's hard to find a more racist exercise of apartheid against a specific ethnicity in purchasing land.
Bennett focused much of his time discussing free markets, deregulation, and the importance of only voting for a party guaranteed to pass the electoral threshold.
To date, the United States has provided Israel $142.3 billion (current, or non-inflation-adjusted, dollars) in bilateral assistance and missile defense funding.
The AP cites Hagit Ofran, head of the Peace Now Settlement Monitoring Team who complained that “when you build illegally ... there’s always a chance your house will be demolished.”
In short, rockets don't kill people, Gantz kills people.
"I apologize from the bottom of my heart and ask for his forgiveness."
The JC is not the first publication to end up paying money to Interpal to avoid a lawsuit. In June 2019, the Daily Mail and Mail Online gave the charity more than $145,000.