Wednesday October 7, 2015
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'History will not forgive those who do not stop Iran'
In meeting with U.S. senators visiting Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says, "Building in Jerusalem is not the world's problem; a nuclear Iran is the world's problem" Comments appear to be subtle message to Obama.
Dr. Haim Shine | Please go and vote
If not for your own sake, then for all the generations of Jews who never had a state and could not be masters of their fates.
Nadav Shragai | It's personal, not business
This election cycle, we focused on people instead of platforms.
Naftali Balanson | Whos afraid of a little transparency?
EU funding secrecy for NGOs facilitates an industry that has strayed far from morality.
Hezi Sternlicht | The masks come off
It's a good thing there are elections, so we see what's behind the masks.
Dr. Reuven Berko | The laundromat of history
Adopting the false Palestinian narrative equals rejecting Jews' historical rights to this land.
Boaz Bismuth | France in the role of the US
France, which criticized Bush for invading Iraq, is now pushing Obama to lend a hand in Mali.
'Bennett backs a man who wants to blow up the Dome of the Rock'
After Likud attacks Habayit Hayehudi candidate Jeremy Gimpel over controversial Jerusalem comments, Bennett attacks Netanyahu for "waging a campaign against national-religious Jews" Likud: Bennett is trying to divert attention from his extremist list.
Mati Tuchfeld | Bennett's over-the-top attack
How can Bennett enthusiastically endorse Netanyahu while simultaneously attacking him for launching a vicious campaign against national-religious Jews?
Finkelstein calls rumors over his departure 'ridiculous'
Campaign guru Arthur Finkelstein says rumors that he quit the Likud-Beytenu campaign were spread by the Left, and this "attests to how difficult their situation is" Finkelstein: "Don't they have more important things to worry about, like Iran?"
Dror Eydar | When the media whines
Israeli journalists are great at criticizing, but not very good at looking in the mirror.
Despite polls, Lieberman says: We will get 40 seats
Polls show Likud-Beytenu to win up to 35 seats, but Yisrael Beytenu leader predicts the joint list will win more seats than predicted Lieberman: I think the merger was the right thing to do Meanwhile, Netanyahu says: I do not intend to raise taxes.
Dan Margalit | The most bizarre election
Only in the final days of the election campaign did Likud-Beytenu remember to list its achievements in office.
The death of a patriot
Ron Nahman, the first mayor of Ariel who held the position for the past 27 years, passed away Friday following a lengthy battle with cancer Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: "Ron was a great Zionist patriot. I loved him very much."
Gearing up for the big day
Central Election Committee chastises Shas for distributing amulets Yachimovich focuses on women voters Yair Lapid distances himself from overtures by Habayit Hayehudi 262 million ballot slips printed, soldiers begin early voting.
A song for the president
Israeli composer Gilad Heseg presents U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro with a musical version of "Songs for the People" in honor of Obama's second term Heseg: I composed the song to say thank you to the American people for standing by us.
Lonely Planet ranks Tel Aviv worlds 7th best beach city
Esteemed travel publication calls Israel's seaside hub "the total flip-side of Jerusalem, a modern Sin City on the sea rather than an ancient Holy City on a hill" Barcelona, Cape Town, Rio de Janeiro, Tangier, Sydney and Valencia fill out top six.