Ultra-Orthodox leaders issue call to pray for death of 'evil' army recruiting officer, plan yet another large demonstration against 'Holocaust' of conscription on Tuesday.
Israeli education minister reacts to Haaretz report that Yedioth Ahronoth ran a story slamming Bennett over sluggish development of daycare facilities as a 'goodwill gesture' to the Netanyahu.
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Launching renewed hostilities against Israel now would derail plans for the group in the Gaza Strip.
Israel has avoided directly commenting on airstrikes in Syria. Until now.
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