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Split Law: Will It Boost Prime Minister Bennett’s Coalition?

The Knesset plenum approved overnight Wednesday a bill that allows four MKs to split from their faction, even if they ...
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How Israel Defends Itself Does Not Require US Approval

A spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office responded Thursday to condemnations by the US regarding the demolition of terrorist Muntasser ...
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Knesset Rejects Extending Citizenship Law

In a major blow to Israel’s fledgling coalition, the Knesset on Tuesday morning failed to approve an extension of the ...
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Clear Signal to EU: Unauthorized Building is Over

Israel’s decision to evict all 53 Jewish families from Evyatar should send a clear signal to the European Union (EU) ...
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Things Have Changed Says Bennett

Israeli aircraft struck a Hamas rocket launcher and weapons factory in the Gaza Strip over the weekend in response to ...
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Evyatar Update: Not the Deal of Our Dreams

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett agreed to advance the legalization of Evyatar as part of a compromise agreement by which its residents ...
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Ensuring Israel’s Security is First, Says Bennett

Stung by accusations that his government’s policy on Iran endangered the country, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took a tough stance ...
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Illegal Structure Demolished in Samaria

After months of legal proceedings, an illegal Arab structure that invaded state lands in Samaria and threatened the integrity of ...
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Evyatar Saved: Compromise or Strategy?

Evyatar residents in Samaria on Monday approved by a large majority a compromise outline reached with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, ...
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Setting a Trap for the Opposition?

The Knesset Arrangements Committee voted on Monday to waive the cooling-off period and expedite a bill that would make it ...
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