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Heading into another election, Israeli
Heading into another election, Israeli center-left looks for a new savior  Haaretz
Posted on 4 December 2020 | 3:05 am
This Bedouin family lived in peace and
This Bedouin family lived in peace and quiet. Then they tried to enroll their kids in school  Haaretz.com
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 11:44 pm
Amir Peretz announced candidacy for Israel's
Amir Peretz announced candidacy for Israel's Presidency  J-Wire Jewish Australian News Service
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 10:59 pm
Grapevine December 4, 2020: What comes next?
Grapevine December 4, 2020: What comes next?  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 10:02 am
Labor leader Amir Peretz announces run for
Labor leader Amir Peretz announces run for presidency  The Times of IsraelWho is running for president of the State of Israel?  The Jerusalem PostIsrael: Labor Chief Amir Peretz Announces Bid For Presidency  i24NEWSNetanyahu calls on Gantz to vote against dissolving Knesset  Haaretz.comLapid Urges Blue and White to Reunite Under Him  http://hamodia.comView Full Coverage on Google News
Posted on 3 December 2020 | 4:03 am
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Economy minister, Bahraini counterpart agree
Economy minister, Bahraini counterpart agree to promote small businesses  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 12:12 pm
Bahrain News: Bahrain sign historic trade
Bahrain News: Bahrain sign historic trade agreement with Israel  Gulf Digital News
Posted on 1 December 2020 | 7:09 am
Labor party will back vote for new
Labor party will back vote for new elections, ending government ‘paralysis’  The Times of Israel
Posted on 30 November 2020 | 10:18 pm
IEI chairman: Our generation has a rare
IEI chairman: Our generation has a rare chance to create peace  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 30 November 2020 | 4:39 pm
The wisdom of Saeb Erekat, a Palestinian
The wisdom of Saeb Erekat, a Palestinian leader | Opinion  Sun Sentinel
Posted on 30 November 2020 | 9:51 am
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Labor Party Leader Peretz Eliminates
Labor Party Leader Peretz Eliminates Primaries  http://hamodia.com
Posted on 29 November 2020 | 12:20 pm
Court to decide if Labor can cancel
Court to decide if Labor can cancel primaries  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 29 November 2020 | 9:47 am
Labor grants Peretz ability to negotaite
Labor grants Peretz ability to negotaite merger into Blue & White  Ynetnews
Posted on 29 November 2020 | 9:44 am
Israel says Bahraini industry minister to
Israel says Bahraini industry minister to visit Israel - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
Posted on 29 November 2020 | 4:55 am
Leaders told to swiftly submit budget
Leaders told to swiftly submit budget proposals as brouhaha threatens coalition  The Times of Israel
Posted on 29 November 2020 | 4:18 am
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Review: Shimon Peres - An Insider's Account
Review: Shimon Peres - An Insider's Account of the Man and the Struggle for a New Middle East  Jewish Chronicle
Posted on 26 November 2020 | 5:08 am
It’s time for a female president - The
It’s time for a female president  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 9 November 2020 | 12:00 am
Biden committed to Israel's security, senior
Biden committed to Israel's security, senior minister says  Israel Hayom
Posted on 8 November 2020 | 12:00 am
World leaders congratulate Joe Biden on his
World leaders congratulate Joe Biden on his victory  KCTV Kansas City
Posted on 7 November 2020 | 12:00 am
Amir Peretz bashes former partner Orly Levy
Amir Peretz bashes former partner Orly Levy  The Jerusalem Post
Posted on 2 November 2020 | 12:00 am
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Amir Peretz
breakingnewsbo1: RT @CJPIsrael: By law, a
breakingnewsbo1: RT @CJPIsrael: By law, a new president must be elected between 30 and 90 days before the current president’s seven-year term ##s. Rivlin’s…
Posted on 5 December 2020 | 3:46 am
CJPIsrael: By law, a new president must be
CJPIsrael: By law, a new president must be elected between 30 and 90 days before the current president’s seven-year term #*&s.… https://t.co/K1aQPx54Ob
Posted on 5 December 2020 | 3:46 am
ycmizrahi: Does anyone know what's happening
ycmizrahi: Does any!~e know what's happening next for the Labor party? In a bid for a new leader, who would win? https://t.co/bd2QlRrng4
Posted on 5 December 2020 | 3:46 am
vidoudezp_CH: Israël - Who is running for
vidoudezp_CH: Israël - Who is running for president of the State of Israel ? https://t.co/orY2dqlMZ2
Posted on 5 December 2020 | 3:46 am
arash_tehran: Amir Peretz shaved his
arash_tehran: Amir Peretz shaved his moustache so that people could 'better read his lips' and hear his two promises: 1- He w^'t… https://t.co/6aOr19SMdT
Posted on 5 December 2020 | 3:46 am
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Resolved Question: Krav Maga fighter vs.
Posted on 10 February 2014 | 11:49 am
Resolved Question: Could someone explain to
Thanks. Impakt: What are you on about?
Posted on 1 February 2009 | 11:26 pm
Resolved Question: Why do you think the
http://youtube.com/watch?v=grP4GVcZYKc Note: this question is not for people who believe that Palestinians don't exist. Can Arabs grow some balls and stand up to the United States, the only nation in the middle east that stands up to the US is Iran. Iran should take over the entire middle east and create a Greater Islamic Republic !! Huh? What does that have to do with my question Gamla Joe? You don't just post random ramblings here, you answer the question.
Posted on 13 January 2008 | 5:41 pm
Resolved Question: Facts about israel
i need to know facts like: currency, religion, tourists spots, delicacies, national snacks(:3), important people (around 3-5), cultures/traditions {like marriage, ceremonies, dances, etc}, nationals animal, symbols, etc.. i had a hard time searchng in search engines..=^.^= thanks any excess information will be highly appreciated
Posted on 18 February 2007 | 11:05 pm
Resolved Question: How did Hezbollah defeat
forcing sorry IDF Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Dan Halutz on Tuesday night announced his resignation as head of the military. The deputy chief of staff, Moshe Kaplinsky, will act as the interim head of the armed forces. Senior General Staff officers welcomed Halutz's decision, saying it was necessary in view of what has come to light regarding the IDF's wartime functioning. "The time has really come," a general who played an active role in the war told Haaretz on Tuesday night. "[Former GOC Northern Command] Udi Adam indicated the proper moral path with his decision [to resign]. Now Halutz joins him as well - and the inquiries show only the tip of the iceberg regarding Halutz's functioning during the war." Ehud Olmert's bureau said the prime minister knew ahead of time of Halutz' intention to resign, and had asked him reconsider. Olmert accepted the resignation, however, once he became convinced of Halutz' determination to do so, and expressed deep regret at the decision. Halutz' decision to step down comes against a backdrop of failures in IDF functioning, his own performance and the performance of the army during the war against Hezbollah in July and August of last year. Two weeks ago, Halutz said he would resign if the government-appointed Winograd committee of inquiry found him responsible for the mishandling of the war in Lebanon. The Winograd committee is also separately looking into the conduct of Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz. "If the committee hands down an unambiguous sentence, it would obligate me [to resign]," Halutz had said. The resignation, however, comes before the committee has released its conclusions. Senior IDF officers testified before the Winograd committee that they considered Halutz responsible for the failures of the war. The officers told the members of the panel that the IDF had made a rushed recommendation to go to war, without preparing the units needed and without devising an exit strategy. In his letter of resignation to the prime minister and defense minister, Halutz said the responsibility of command led him to the decision that he must remain in the army until internal military investigations had been completed, and the lessons learned from the war incorporated into the IDF's 2007 strategic plan. Given that this process was completed at the start of January, Halutz asked to resign his post, effective immediately. In his letter to Olmert, Halutz wrote: "For me, the word responsibility has great meaning. My view of responsibility is what led me to remain in my post until this time and to place this letter on your desk today... Since the echoes of battle ceased, I decided to act responsibly according to the best traditions and values from home and from my service in the IDF." Halutz said that after the conclusion of the inquiries "I feel proud that I completed what I set out to do. After these thorough processes, I am sure the IDF will be ready to meet the challenges ahead." Halutz had since the end of the war resisted calls for his resignation, both from the public and within the army. "I see that there are a number of people who are longing for me to resign. I have no intention of yielding and if you ask me the question again, I will give you the same answer," he told reporters several weeks ago. "I am not on 'A Star is Born,' and I am not being voted on by SMS. I have not heard those who appointed me call for me to go, when they tell me to do so, then I will respond." In the near future Peretz will have to present the cabinet with a candidate to be the next chief of staff. Kaplinsky is an obvious choice for the position, but also mentioned are Ground Forces Commander Benny Gantz, and reserve major-generals Gabi Ashkenazi (who is currently the Defense Ministry director-general), Shlomo Yanai and Ilan Biran. The July-August assault on Lebanese Hezbollah guerrillas drove them from Israel's northern border but failed to retrieve the two soldiers whose abduction had sparked the conflict, prompting many Israelis to call for a purge of the top brass in hope of restoring Israel's military superiority in the region. CHEEKY Retired IDF general Dan Shomron recently submitted the findings of a probe he conducted into the war's execution. The report, released in part last month, criticised IDF commanders for poor organization during the war, but stopped short of calling for Halutz's resignation. Halutz, a former Israel Air Force chief, came under criticism for relying heavily on aerial barrages in the first part of the war, which caused extensive damage to Lebanon's infrastructure, while Hezbollah launched around 4,000 rockets into Israel. Halutz was made chief of staff in June 2005, just before Israel launched its unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip. The appointment raised eyebrows as it meant early retirement for the chief of staff at the time, Lieutenant-General Moshe Ya'alon, who had publicly warned that the Gaza plan would embolden Palestinian militants sworn to Israel's destruction.
Posted on 16 January 2007 | 5:19 pm

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