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By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By GIL HOFFMAN
By LAHAV HARKOV
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, whose four-year command of the IDF ends next Tuesday, was a warrior and a statesman.
Gallant officially joins Likud; Ohana most popular freshman MK; Hazan could be bumped to unrealistic spot.
She has introduced laws aimed at increasing the protection of the personal safety of infants and toddlers while serving as the chairwoman of the Committee on Children Rights.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"We were hit by 500 rockets and accepted a ceasefire with Hamas on their terms," said the former defense minister.
Poll finds only three percent gap between PM, Gantz.
By GIL HOFFMAN,ALON EINHORN
It remains to be seen if Ta'al, running as an individual party, can pass the electoral threshold.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The prime minister’s challenge also misunderstands the purpose of the confrontation. It is not to speak to the public. It is to gather evidence which can later be admissible in court.
The party, which is a Hebrew acronym for Jewish state democratic state, was founded 30 years ago by Har Etzion yeshiva head Rabbi Amital and was relaunched in June after a period of inactivity.
By ALON EINHORN
"I remember harsher times for the Labor party, and we managed to stand on our feet."
Born to Eitan and Sarah Livni, respectively the Irgun’s operations officer and one of the warriors he commanded, Tzipi was raised in the milieu of the “warring family.”
After a week in which Bayit Yehudi and the Zionist Union both surprisingly split, making political predictions about the Israeli election has never been more foolish.
Gantz: I don’t threaten anyone
By JEREMY SHARON
Ariel and Yishai spoke briefly earlier this week after Bennett and Shaked formed the New Right and agreed to continue a dialogue on a joint run.
Is the documentary’s wide release perfect timing for Netanyahu, or for his opponents?
This Knesset approved the Zionist Union's request to divide. After the move, the Labor party will have 18 MKs and Hatenua 6.
Livni said repeatedly on Tuesday that she intends to try to build a political block of parties ahead of the election.
“From my experience, those who say they are not in the Right or the Left are in the Left,” Netanyahu said.
The appointment was approved by the party's Council of Torah Sages.
"Even after 30 years of public service, I have plenty more to contribute to the state," Prosor said.
Hayemin Hehadash expected to finish in double-figures.
It is possible that one of the new parties being formed will recruit Oren, if they decide having a foreign policy specialist is important to them.
By LAHAV HARKOV,JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Danon, a popular Likud politician with a keen eye for international relations, is known for being a strong supporter of the settlement movement.
"I will not join a coalition led by Netanyahu, no matter what."
Bayit Yehudi will choose its Knesset candidates in a primary among its 30,000 members the first week of February.
If, as expected, Netanyahu is eventually indicted, and if he refuses to resign, the High Court is more likely to force him out if they view him as a threat to the rule of law.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
By YVETTE J. DEANE
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
By YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZ
By BARRY DAVIS
By AMY SPIRO
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