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Principales candidatos para las elecciones legislativas en Israel del próximo 17 de marzo

Benjamín Netanyahu:

En el poder desde 2009 tras un primer mandato entre 1996 y 1999, el actual primer ministro, de 65 años, aspira a su tercer mandato consecutivo. 836 more words

Israel

Working Charedim

The denial came very quickly. Former Eida HaCharedis (unofficial) spokesman Shmuel Chaim Pappenheim is featured in a Yesh Atid ad promoting the idea of Charedim learning secular subjects (English and math) and getting jobs. 1,172 more words

Israel

The response from Israel: 'cheap propaganda' & hate-filled satire

The antisemitism smear was the anticipated response of Israel’s apologists to the artists’ pledge for human rights. Indeed that is what makes signatories courageous individuals. What was feared but less anticipated was the extent to which that smear would be sharpened – and then given a platform in the mainstream press – to hold pledge signatories responsible for the deadly targeting of Jews. 764 more words

APUK In The Media

The Yair Lapid Revolution

Yair Lapid. Yesh Atid/יש עתיד (in Hebrew).

If you have had a little peek into Israeli politics in the last couple of years, the name “Yair Lapid” and the political party by the name “Yesh Atid” will certainly ring a bell to you. 4,206 more words

L'Iran e l'Olocausto: oltre le fandonie

Il ministro delle finanze israeliano Yair Lapid – financo lui – ha rimproverato la delegazione israeliana all’UnGa per aver – come ogni anno – lasciato la sala durante il discorso del presidente della Repubblica islamica d’Iran, Hassan Rowhani. 638 more words

Israel Moves Toward The Election That Netanyahu Could Lose -- But neither Livni nor Herzog inspire much support

Tzipi Livni, December 3, 2014. AFP photo

By Asher Schechter
Haaretz

Israel: Come March 17, Tzipi Livni might just actually unseat Benjamin Netanyahu. For the recently-fired justice minister this should serve as long-waited, much-welcomed vengeance: Netanyahu, after all, not only sacked her last week but also took her chance to become prime minister in 2009, after she won the most seats in the Knesset but failed to form a coalition by herself. 1,460 more words

Knesset votes to dissolve, sets new elections for March 17

TIMES OF ISRAEL
by Staff
December 8, 2014

Members of Israel’s 19th Knesset voted overwhelmingly in favor of a bill to dissolve the parliament, officially putting an end to the current government and paving the way for new elections in March. 27 more words

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