Saturday September 20, 2014
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20.09.2014
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Netanyahu: On Jerusalem, I don't care what the UN says
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: "Western Wall is not occupied territory and I don't care what the U.N. has to say about that" P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas: If settlement in Jerusalem, E1 continues, I will have to dissolve the authority.
 
Yaakov Ahimeir | What to expect of Secretary Kerry?
Kerry, like Obama, wants to exhaust all options before military action against Iran.
Arsen Ostrovsky | Time for electoral reform
Israels dysfunctional electoral system is the main culprit of frequent political paralysis.
Princella D. Smith | Great Scott! A Senate 'de-Minted'
How Senator Jim DeMints retirement helps the Republican Party and the conservative movement.
Dr. Hana-Muriel Setteboun | Refusing to look in the mirror
We refuse to acknowledge success despite our economy doing comparably well.
PM: No one who supports refusal will serve in my government
Political storm continues over statement by Habayit Hayehudi Chairman Naftali Bennett that he would rather go to jail than evacuate Jews from settlements Netanyahu: No one who supports insubordination will serve in my government.
Dan Margalit | Insubordination a first step to anarchy
Naftali Bennett's declaration that he would refuse orders to evacuate Jewish communities is a bad example for his voters.
Rabbi who called for shooting Israeli soldiers backs Bennett
Rabbi Shalom Dov Wolpe, who dubbed soldiers "Bibi's thugs," has apparently thrown his support behind Habayit Hayehudi chairman Wolpe called former leaders Ehud Olmert and Ariel Sharon "Nazi collaborators" and said they should have been hanged.
David M. Weinberg | Bennetts benefit
The emergence of Naftali Bennett could be described as a social-communal awakening, a re-emergence of the Religious Zionist public.
PM: Iran is a central issue for my next term
Rigorous new sanctions against Iran's banking, shipping and industrial sectors take effect as part of the EU's effort to force Tehran to scale back its nuclear program.
Isi Leibler | Hagel: A litmus test of Obamas attitude to Israel
Should Hagels appointment be confirmed it would be perceived as a signal of the presidents determination to revive his earlier efforts to distance the U.S. from Israel.
Netanyahu: Kerry is a known supporter of Israel
"John Kerry and I have been friends for many years," Netanyahu says of the incoming U.S. secretary of state U.S. Jewish groups also laud Kerry nomination Israeli officials concerned over Chuck Hagel's probable nomination as defense secretary.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Obama's carbon copy
On Israel, John Kerry reflects the U.S. president's beliefs, and his support of Israel can be defined as "soft" and bereft of any extraordinary warmth.
Four women among Air Force training course graduates
Pilot training course yield's Air Force's first religious woman graduate Some 50% of latest graduates are eldest sons or daughters, 74% are members of youth movements French, American, Danish and Ukrainian nationals among newest crop of pilots.
Shas worries it will be excluded from next government
Netanyahu says he prefers a Likud member as housing and construction minister, rather than Shas member Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef: Our man worked day and night; the Likud ministers before him just sat at home and smoked water pipes.
Egypts No. 2 quits as voters approve new constitution
Vote seen as victory for President Mohammed Morsi, but one that comes at the price of ongoing division in conflict-wary Egyptian society Vice President Mahmoud Mekki resigns during Saturday's voting.
Lavrov: Assad is hiding chemical weapons in one or two sites
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov: "The Syrian government has concentrated the stockpiles in one or two centers, unlike in the past when they were scattered across the country."