Hotovely shows Jewish leaders the Palestinian map

Deputy Foreign Minister meets Conference of Presidents, says PA perpetuating the right of return.

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Airbnb to blame for rise in Tel Aviv rent costs, study says

Rates have been climbing since the U.S. company entered the Israeli market in 2013 ...
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Deri in Hevron: It’s very exciting to be here

Interior Minister visits the Jewish community of Hevron, prays at the Cave of the Patriarchs.

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State religious schools have gone mad

Pupils received books with material explaining things like when a Jewish soldier can sleep with a non-Jewish female captive, and ...
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Whether in Israel or the West, the left doesn’t want to win

If the Israeli left were really interested in changing the government and ending the conflict with the Palestinians, it wouldn’t ...
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Hawaii says it's 1st state to go cashless for pot sales

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii said Tuesday that it aims to be the first state to require marijuana sales to be ...
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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood to bid for presidency

FILE - In this Thursday, March 3, 2011 file photo, Khayrat el-Shater, the lead strategist for Egypt's largest opposition group, waves by Egyptian flag after being released from Tora prison in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on Saturday said it decided to field the movement's deputy leader and top strategist as its presidential candidate, topping off its success in legislative elections with a bid for the country's most powerful post. Top leaders of the country's most influential political group announced in a press conference that it selected Khayrat el-Shater to contest the presidential race set to start in May. (AP Photo/Mohammed Abu Zaid, File)The fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood named its chief strategist and financier as a candidate for president on Saturday, a surprising reversal of an earlier pledge to stay out of the race and a move that sets the group on a collision course with Egypt’s military rulers.