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Jerusalem: Arab-Israeli Lawmakers Warns of Third Intifada After Friday's Killings at Aksa Mosque, Temple Mount -- Closure of the mosque to prayers as a “dangerous precedent.”

Inspecting a body on Friday near what Jews call the Temple Mount, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. The area, home to the complex of Al Aqsa Mosque, is Jerusalem’s holiest site for both faiths.  985 more words

Weekend Perspective: Avi Gabbay and The New Labor Party

On May 14, 2015, the 34th Government of the State of Israel received the confidence of the Knesset by a razor thin margin of 61-59. In that vote the 24 Zionist Union MKs voted against the appointment of Environmental Protection Minister Avi Gabbay. 1,005 more words

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Peretz vs Gabbi KnessetJeremyPollingAverage

Average of weekend polls with the two scenarios of Peretz or Gabbi at the head of the Zionist Union.

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13 Knesset Channel Polls from April-June (Panels & Midgam)

Poll #1 – Litzman

Panels conducted a poll for the Knesset Channel that was broadcast on June 26 2017.

If the doctors who resigned do not return to work at Hadasa, would you advise Litzman to open a new department in Shari Tzedeck? 1,652 more words

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2 Panels Polls: Another Peretz vs Gabbi; Poll on Liberman

Poll #1

Panels conducted two scenario polls with 557 people and a 4.3% error rate for Maariv that was published on July 7 2017. In one poll Peretz was at the head of the Zionist Union. 271 more words

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Why Rafi Farber's Knesset Platform is So Simple

People are asking me my positions on various issues. It’s an understandable question. I’ll answer it briefly here, but I want to emphasize in the post exactly why my personal official Knesset platform is so streamlined and it doesn’t address issue by issue. 843 more words

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3 Polls on Peretz vs Gabbi (Kan, Channel 2, Walla)

Poll 1 of 3

IPanel conducted a poll for Kan/Channel 1 that was broadcast on July 5 2017.

If you had the right to vote in Labor primary – who would you vote for? 280 more words

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