Monday December 22, 2014
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'If Herzog, Livni win, Hamastan in Judea and Samaria'
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon: It is inappropriate for Israeli politicians to try to involve international community in elections PM Benjamin Netanyahu: Israel is under attack by Hamas terrorism and the Palestinian Authority diplomatic effort.
 
Dr. Haim Shine | Collective responsibility
The government is an assembled partnership, and all ministers must understand they cannot cast off responsibility on others.
Dan Margalit | Elections will not deter Israel
A government that is forced to shoot does not necessarily lose public support. The public may in fact unite to support it.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | A faceoff at high noon
Kim Jong Un's brutal response to "The Interview" and Sony Pictures' cowardly buckling to Kim's threats bolstered Obama as a staunch defender of free speech and human rights.
Netanyahu orders minimum wage raise
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructs Finance Ministry to raise minimum wage to 5,000 shekels a month, including for public sector and local authority employees Likud MK: This is another milestone in the effort to lower cost of living.
Palestinian tries to stab IDF soldier near Tulkarem
Soldiers at Nitzanei Oz crossing near Tulkarem thwart stabbing attempt on Monday morning, arrest the Palestinian attacker No one injured in the incident Attacker taken in for questioning by security forces.
Syria claims to down Israeli drone near border
Syrian state media says Israeli drone was flying above the Quneitra area when it was downed IDF says it is "unaware of the incident" Quneitra area has seen heavy fighting between Assad regime forces and rebels.
Widow of Carmel fire victim to run in Likud primaries
Nava Boker has been supporting fire and rescue workers since her late husband Israel Police Brig. Gen. Lior Boker was killed trying to save lives in the 2011 Carmel fire "I believe in the Likud and in the prime minister," Boker says.
WATCH: Party shuffle
As Israel heads toward elections for the 20th Knesset, parties and politicians are reorganizing and realigning Watch as Israel Hayom columnist Ruthie Blum speaks to host Steve Ganot about the party landscape ahead of elections.
Alon Shvut terrorist indicted
According to the indictment, terrorist Maher Hamdi a-Shalmoun drove up to the intersection, sped into the passenger pickup area on the side of the rode and ran over 26-year-old Dahlia Lemkus before stabbing her 20 times until she died.
MK Zoabi's Nazareth office broken into, equipment stolen
Computers, television equipment stolen from the Balad party's Nazareth headquarters Balad MK Hanin Zoabi: "This is a serious incident and it does not seem to be criminally motivated" Arab parties expected to announce joint list this week.
Up the recovery ladder
"I was fortunate to meet a team of dedicated professionals that really love their work," 51-year-old Capt. (res.) George Kahlon, says, as he goes through arduous physical therapy to heal serious leg injuries suffered during Operation Protective Edge.
Finance Committee approves $3 million tourism center in Samaria
Educational center to be built in Barkan settlement after Likud, Habayit Hayehudi, and Yisrael Beytenu MKs vote yes Labor MK calls the vote a "swindle in broad daylight" Cabinet approves $169 million for economic development in minority communities.
France: Driver goes on rampage, feeding fears of 'lone wolf' attacks
Police union official tells French television that some witnesses apparently heard the driver say "Allahu akbar," or "God is great," and refer to the "children of Palestine" during the attack, which injured at least 11 people.
6th night of Hanukkah in Ukraine: The miracle of the aliyah
2014 saw a significant increase in aliyah from Ukraine, with around 5,000 Ukrainian Jews moving to Israel Head of Jewish Agency center in Dnipropetrovsk: For Ukrainian Jewish refugees, aliyah is a Hanukkah miracle.