The education commissar

The passage of the NGO Law that limits anti-occupation organizations is a glaring example of the way efforts to silence ...
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Edelstein: Elections will take place at their scheduled time

Knesset Speaker certain that an agreement will be reached over the Draft Law, believes no party in the coalition is ...
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In Israeli town, ultra-orthodox filmed terrorizing girl for ‘immodest clothes’

An ultra-Orthodox source at the Beit Shemesh municipality told Haaretz that the incident is the result of ultra-Orthodox extremists trying ...
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Hungarian PM, symbol of Europe’s right-wing turn, lands in Israel

Viktor Orban has no planned meetings with top Palestinians, will hold talks with Netanyahu and visit Yad Vashem and Western ...
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Israeli legislators gird for debate and final votes on nation-state bill

The legislation would lower the status of Arabic and encourage the establishment of communities for Jews only ...
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Report: Casualties in Syrian army offensive in Deraa

Syrian army launches intensive aerial strikes on city of Nawa in southern Deraa province.

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Erdogan angers U.S., Israel, Egypt with Mursi defense

Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media before he leaves for Turkmenistan at Esenboga Airport in AnkaraBy Ayla Jean Yackley ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan angered Ankara's U.S. ally, as well as regional leaders in Egypt and Israel, by accusing Israel on Tuesday of helping overthrow Cairo's Islamist president. The White House called the remarks "offensive". Erdogan, who has become one of the fiercest critics of the Egyptian army's removal of Mohamed Mursi, told members of his Islamist-rooted AK Party that he had proof that Israel was involved in last month's ouster, which has been followed by a bloody crackdown on the elected president's Muslim Brotherhood. …