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Haredi Parties Could Pay a High Price for Failure to Cooperate on IDF Draft...

Yesh Atid chairman MK Yair Lapid said on Monday: "After the elections, a government headed by myself will pass the draft law without tricky combinations."

Coalition Partners Vote to Dissolve Knesset, Early Elections Set for April 9

Religious parties in the coalition refused to back the legislation called the Hareidi Draft Law.

Minister Regev at Amona: I Support Restoring Barriers and Checks on PA Arabs

Avihai Braun, head of the Amona residents' campaign, urged the government ministers to regulate the settlement's land.

Departing IDF Chief: We Failed to Provide Sense of Security to Gaza Border Settlements

Eizenkot said that calls for drastic measures against the Arabs in Judea and Samaria do not support the IDF's mission to provide security as well as a sense of security to civilians.

US Withdrawal Announcement Continues to Reverberate in the Middle East

An Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman on Saturday welcomed President Trump’s decision to withdraw American forces from Syria, saying the US military presence in the Middle East fuels insecurity in the region.

Hamas Slams Abbas Move to Dissolve Palestinian Legislative Council

The last legitimate Palestinian Authority legislative elections, held in 2006, were won by Hamas, which then seized control of Gaza one year later.

Abbas: Netanyahu Gives Hamas Money, We Pay the Price

Also, on Friday, four rioters were killed in clashes with IDF forces at the Gaza border. At least 40 were injured.

Mattis and Israel – Not a Love Story

Thank you, General Mattis, you are an honorable man and we're so glad we didn't have to get into a fight with you over the boundaries of our homeland.

Bedouin Squatters Block Negev Highway, Police Recommend Israelis Curb their Travel Plans

According to Regavim, MK Talab Abu Arar (Joint Arab List) led the blocking of the junction and the riot that ensued.

Israel’s 2019 Price Increases Slashed Almost in Half

Israeli citizens are expected to go to the polls some time next year, and so far, Kahlon's Kulanu party is scratching the four-seat threshold in most public opinion surveys.

Echoes of Gush Katif: Netanyahu’s Lawyer Evokes Sharon Escape from Prosecution

Netanyahu's attorney's note on the recent history of Israel's settlements enterprise should give pause to Israeli right-wingers.

Russian UN Envoy: US Peace Plan Is ‘Jam Tomorrow’ Promise

Say what you will about Russian diplomats, they know their English Lit.
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Trump Abandons Kurds, Israel, in Questionable Pullout from Syria

President Trump is, in effect, ceding Syria, the Kurds, and, eventually, Iraq, to Russia and Iran. And he did it without consulting anyone in the Pentagon.

‘Yellow Vests’ Threaten Knesset Committee: Israelis Will Hit the Streets If Electricity Goes Up...

Last week, Israel's Electricity Authority announced a rise in the cost of electricity to consumers in 2019 of between 6% and 8%.

Nikki Haley: US Peace Plan Will Upset Israelis, Too

However, she added, “I assure you there is a lot for both sides to like.”

Jerusalem Chief Rabbi: Israel Obligated to Help Arabs Jailed for Selling Land to Jews

Rabbi Stern wrote that the obligation for freeing imprisoned Jews also applies to Arabs who were jailed for selling land to Jews.

DC Think Tank Praises Cruz, Cotton, for Efforts to Recognize Israeli Golan Sovereignty

"As long as the Golan Heights are perceived as being ‘in play’ as part of the ‘occupied territories,’ the illusion that it might someday be captured by Syrian or Iranian forces is perpetuated."

Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel Resigns

During a visit to Israel in 2017, Michel met with the leaders of the anti-Israel far-left organizations, Breaking the Silence and B'Tselem.

Knesset Committee Chair: Arab on Arab Crime ‘Intolerable’

"How do we deal with uncontrolled gangs? It's intolerable and cannot continue."

Company that Removed Rabbi Kahane’s Memorial Sign to Pay $10,000

"Let every advertising company know that freedom of expression is valid for right-wing activists, too."

A First: Anti-Israel NGO Faces Criminal Charges Filed by Pro-Zionist Group

Ad Kan said it intends to exhaust the legal process until the criminal conviction of the defendants.

Icke… ‘Color Purple’ Author Alice Walker Is Into ‘Elders of Zion’ Promoter

Alice Walker is no stranger to anti-Semitism. Back in 2013, the ADL said Walker “has taken her extreme and hostile views to a shocking new level” in her latest book "The Cushion in the Road."

IAI Developing Missiles to Reach Any Middle East Target

"They are developing weapons systems here with special capabilities that no other country has."

Dozens of Marching Youths in Jerusalem Call for Assassination of Abbas

A few days ago, Derech Chaim launched a campaign calling for the assassination of Chairman Abbas over his funding of terrorism.

Law School Revolution: Bennett Invites Right-Wing Groups to Launch Legal Clinics

The Council for Higher Education could impose sanctions on colleges for failing to approve the establishment of a given clinic for reasons that are not related directly to legal education.

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