Tuesday September 16, 2014
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Low turnout could bolster rightists in Likud primaries
Widespread computer malfunctions reported as 120,000 Likud members vote for ruling party's list of candidates Low independent voter turnout will favor the settler lobby Numerous polling booths shut Sa'ar: Primaries are a farce, must be postponed.
 
Dan Margalit | Keeping Likud honest
If primaries are determined by vote contractors, who will ensure that Likud preserves its liberal image, without which the party will be hard pressed to recruit votes floating between it and the center-left?
 
Nadav Shragai | Family reunification? Not in Israel
Of all the Arabs involved in terror attacks during the Second Intifada, 25 had better access to their targets as Israeli citizens, thanks to the family reunification law.
Yossi Fuchs | The writing was on the disengagement wall
The disengagement from Gaza had clear implications, which we must recall to avoid any future mention of a withdrawal plan from Judea and Samaria.
Dror Eydar | When Israel rose to the attack
The world simply accepts the idea that Jews are supposed to be constantly on the defensive.
Zvi Gabay | Don't let Hamas think it won
It is fair to assume that Hamas will violate the cease-fire agreement, and we will face a far fiercer battle in the future, possibly even in the very near future.
US, Europe express concern over Morsi's power grab in Egypt
State Department calls for constitution with strong checks and balances Egypt Judges' Club calls for strike against Morsi's judicial review immunity Mohamed El-Baradei hints that Morsi is acting like a dictator.
Boaz Bismuth | Dr. Morsi and Mr. Hyde
Those who thought that a pragmatic Arab leader had arrived have been blind-sided. Egyptians got rid of a secular dictator and now have an Islamic one.
East Jerusalem resident charged with spying for Hezbollah
Azam Mash'hara accused of violating an order preventing his leaving the country, making contact with a foreign agent, and divulging information to the enemy Mash'hara made contact with Hezbollah using e-mail and Facebook.
'Israeli satellites spot Iranian ships loaded with rockets for Gaza'
Intelligence sources believe Iranian cargo vessel loaded with rockets could be heading to Gaza, Sunday Times reports "We will attack and destroy any shipment of arms to Gaza once we have spotted it, Israeli source says.
'PA bid at UN more dangerous than missiles from Gaza'
Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz says he has made it clear to senior Palestinian officials that Israel could cease its cooperation with the PA and block funds if it proceeds with its unilateral request to become a U.N. observer state.
'Last operation was practice run for conflict with Iran'
Israeli, U.S. officials tell New York Times that Operation Pillar of Defense served as good exercise in preparation for possible military strike on Iran In conflict with Iran, Israel would face three-tier missile threat from Gaza, Hezbollah and Iran.
US says time not right for conference on nuke-free Mideast
State Department Spokeswoman Victoria Nuland says the U.S. will work to create conditions that could result in a successful conference, after current conditions in the region improve Israel reportedly declines to attend.
Israel eases Gaza restrictions on fishermen and farmers
Israel allows Gaza fishermen to work 6 miles (10 kilometers) out at sea, up from 3 miles Farmers return to fields and children return to schools Leading Islamic cleric in Gaza issues edict declaring it a sin to violate cease-fire agreement.
Attorney-general moves Ariel one step closer to university status
Weinstein said to believe there is no barrier to upgrading center Education Minister Gideon Saar to ask government to instruct GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon to approve the upgrade.
Yachimovich asks Livni to join Labor, not to split center-left bloc
Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich says those who want to replace Netanyahu government must join Labor and not establish splinter parties Channel 2: Livni to meet former Prime Minister Olmert again to propose running on joint ticket.
Criminals should not hold political office, says police chief
But by the same token, Police Commissioner Insp. Gen. Yohanan Danino says there is no gain in putting Foreign Minister Avigdor Leiberman on trial for something he may have done more than a decade ago.
Cease-fire already put to the test
Palestinians protest on the southern Gaza border IDF shoots when Hamas security forces fail to break up mob Deputy Hamas chief Mousa Abu Marzouk: Only a strong arsenal, not negotiations, can extract concessions from Israel.