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A Conversation With Ayelet Shaked, Israel’s Firebrand Minister of Justice

The right-wing’s rising young female political superstar is unapologetic about Orthodox conversions, Palestinian violence, and J Street’s duplicity.

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“. . . your children will play again and fathers and sons will meet . . .” (Nizar Qabbani)

❶ Knesset bill to jail minors on terror charges passes 1st vote
❷ Palestinian killed at Nablus checkpoint after alleged attack
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MK loses Knesset whip post amid sexual harassment scandal

MK Yinon Magal resigned Tuesday night from his position as Jewish Home’s Knesset faction chairman, a role comparable to the party’s parliamentary whip, after a meeting with party chief Education Minister Naftali Bennett during which they discussed sexual harassment claims made against the lawmaker by former employees. 490 more words

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Knesset advances bill to imprison terrorist minors

The Knesset approved during a preliminary reading a bill that would enable the jailing of minors as young as 12 who are convicted of acts of terror. 437 more words

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Bayit Yehudi MK Revives Controversial 'Muezzin Bill'

Legislation seeks to ban houses of prayer from using outdoor loudspeaker systems, saying it lowers the quality of life for many residents who live nearby. 7 more words

Knesset Votes to Draft Haredi, Just as Soon as Tel Aviv's New Central Bus Station is Completed

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By The Daily Freier Staff

Last Updated 11/23/2015 at 11:20 PM

Jerusalem:  The Knesset agreed today to begin the conscription of Haredi men, just as soon as the government gets around to knocking down Tel Aviv’s current Central Bus Station, raises the money for a new one, finds a contractor, gets all the necessary permits, and builds the new Central Bus Station.  231 more words

Knesset caucus vows to fight Pollard’s parole restrictions

The Knesset caucus dedicated to Israeli-American spy Jonathan Pollard vowed on Friday that it would continue to work to ease Pollard’s parole restrictions which, among other things, prevent him from moving to Israel. 503 more words

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