Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s gamble to gain a more solid hold on the government pay off in Tuesday’s election?
“There is no chance. We will not join either a limited right- or left-wing government or a minority government,” Liberman told supporters.
Religious pre-military academies are creating “private militias,” Avigdor Liberman charged.
The move could trigger new elections.
So, a major Israeli politician laughing about harassing Muslim women…
“There is no free lunch,” Liberman told Israel’s “Meet the Press.”
The new law allows military operations to be launched in “extreme conditions,” but does not define what “extreme” means.
A Forward investigation suggests that Twitter bots may be amplifying the message of some top actors in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Avigdor Liberman banned Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef from military events after he criticized the Israel Defense Forces’ mixed-gender units.
“The real division today, it’s not between Jews and Muslims or Christians, it’s not between Shiite or Sunni…but between moderate and radical people.”