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Israeli Attorney General's ‘Parting Gift’ to Government: A Land Mine

The Evyatar settlement outpost will put to the test almost all parties in Israel's government of change ■ A brave woman, now the new target of the Bibi-ists, has been tapped for the most challenging position

Yossi Verter
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The Knesset gave preliminary approval to the conscription law this week – an event that was accorded only minor mention in the media. The decision a day earlier of the search committee for the new attorney general, by the nature of things, drew bigger headlines.

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