The two measures adopted Monday to alleviate the housing shortage and rein in soaring prices, allow municipalities to double local rates on homes unoccupied most of the year.
Manpower chief makes known new policy aimed at ending ‘schnorrer’ culture, a practice of soldiers soliciting donations for their units.
Netanyahu met with military reporters Monday, giving a lecture on Israel's strategic situation and the network of alliances he has been building, both inside and outside the region.
Prime Minister releases the latest in a series of videos conveying moderate messages, but his appeal to Israel's Arab community is in English, without Arabic subtitles.
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Under the proposal, which the ministry wants to include in the Economic Arrangements Bill for the 2017-2018 budget, the per-pupil funding for disadvantaged students would be up to 50 percent more than for students in wealthier communities.
Law effectively circumvents High Court decision that banning Reform, Conservative converts from state-run mikvehs is discriminatory and therefore illegal.
Assassinations, shootings and bombings in the Ain al-Hilweh camp in southern Lebanon are aimed at showing that Fatah and other Palestinian factions are losing control.
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Private experts say Israel's methods are enough to provide often basic alerts regarding potential attackers, then require follow-up investigation.
A comparison between the repertoire of the 2016-17 season and that of 1966 shows how out-of-date the orchestra is becoming, although there are some who disagree.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.