Cabinet Showdown on Levy Report Next Month Likud minister tells Arutz Sheva State Attorney’s Office is disrupting proper governance. Gil Ronen The Minister for Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs, Yuli Edelstein, says the State Attorney’s Office is disrupting proper governance by adopting positions that contradict those of the elected leadership regarding Migron and...Read more →
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/159240#.UDdyZHjS0UQ Thousands sign petitions to save the Binyamin community from destruction. Verdict expected Tuesday. Gil Ronen On August 28, the Supreme Court of Israel will decide the fate of 300 Jews living in Migron, a thriving community just 14 kilometres north of Jerusalem. Migron is situated in a very strategic position overlooking Route number...Read more →
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/158733#.UCUoe3jS0UR Arutz Sheva met Avraham Herzlich, a shepherd from Kfar Tapuach who left a comfortable life in the U.S. Elad Benari & Yoni Kempinski Arutz Sheva met Avraham Herzlich, a shepherd from the Shomron (Samaria) community of Kfar Tapuach. Herzlich, who lived a comfortable life in the United States, chose to leave it all...Read more →
The conclusion, which was becoming clearer and clearer (even to the point of frustration) the more we traveled and probed the vastness of the Shomron: Evacuation is no longer a solution. And there are more conclusions and insights by a veteran Leftist who went on a tour of historic sites and human landscapes in...Read more →
A Palestinian Authority minister has blasted the European Union for hosting Shomron leader Gershon Mesika, whom it called a “terrorist.”Read more →
Facebook and other social networks have long been not only places for friends to connect, but also political fronts in which ideas are debated as often – if not more so – than in traditional forums.
The Samaria Residents Council has unveiled plans to help Judea and Samaria Jews use social networks to make their...Read more →
The Bibi-Mofaz trick that produced a unity government instead of elections, again brought to the fore the issue of contacts with the Palestinians. PA head Abu Mazen sought to return to dialog, but conditioned it on stopping construction in the settlements,agreement to form a Palestinian state within the '67 borders and release of prisoners.Read more →
What is the head of the Samarian Regional Council doing at the celebration of the birthday of a charismatic Christian leader in the heart of London? The story of a unique friendship that has potential on a national scale. Reported from London.Read more →
Minister of Information and Diaspora Yuli Edelstein (Likud) said on Wednesday that he will vote in favor of a law to legalize Jewish outposts and disputed neighborhoods – even at the cost of being dismissed from his position.
Edelstein made the remarks during a visit with two residents of Amona who have begun a hunger...Read more →
Every so often, the sayings of Casey Stengel come to mind. The longtime manager of the New York Yankees, accustomed to a Prussian professionalism in the hitting and fielding of baseballs, moved over to the astonishingly hapless New York Mets in 1962 and, surveying his new team, uttered an exasperated question: “Can’t anybody here...Read more →