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Netanyahu Begins Coalition Hunt Amid Deadlock

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is beginning the daunting task of trying to cobble together a coalition government. The country faces political deadlock that emerged from this month’s repeat elections, which…

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Arab List Currently Undecided on Gantz

After meeting Sunday afternoon, the United Arab List did not come to a decision on whether or not to recommend to President Reuven Rivlin that Blue and White head Benny…

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Trump Peace Plan May Put Outposts at Risk of Evacuation

What changed Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s mind about legalizing the Mevo’ot Yericho outpost in the Jordan Valley? Prior to the cabinet meeting on Sunday, Mandelblit was opposed to it, on…

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Trump Questions Sincerity of Tlaib’s Tears

President Donald Trump lashed out anew Tuesday at Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., questioning the sincerity of her tears at a news conference where she talked about her decision not to…

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Israeli Businessman Freed From Ethiopian Jail Ordeal

Israeli businessman Menashe Levy has been released from an Ethiopian prison where he was held since 2015 in deplorable conditions on what The Jerusalem Post described as “questionable charges.” Levy,…

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Once-“Hidden” Brain Activity Unveiled

Scientific medical assumptions have long been in conflict with a Torah-based view when it comes to defining the end of life. “Brain death” — a diagnosis of irreversible cessation of…

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Strike Watch at Ben Gurion

Unless the courts intervene, Ben Gurion Airport will likely be shut down on Tuesday morning, according to media reports. The threatened strike by workers at the Border Control would close…

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