Premier has turned his campaign to focus on the settlements, in the wake of polls revealing that Habayit Hayehudi is inching up in number of projected votes; not yet clear whether meeting with mayors will cover topic of any significance.
Chaim Levinson is a Haaretz correspondent, covering the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Previously, he was the Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities.
Levinson received his B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and is currently studying for his M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
Five activists given lighter conviction and sentences due to evidentiary problems that emerged during the legal proceedings.
A group of gay Orthodox men, Havruta, asked for a meeting with Bennett, but was turned down with the explanation 'there are more important issues.'
The right-wing group, which tracks the activity of left-wing organizations in Israel, has been trying to obtain the documents for 10 years; court throws out suit, says information may be used to harm the NGOs.
Where, then, is Israel's Ohio? Haaretz went back to 2009 and compared the breakdown of Knesset votes for the various parties in Israel's big cities.
Ezra Nawi wins appeal after being convicted of insulting an IDF officer who asked him to leave a closed military zone in Hebron in 2009.
Israel Police had pushed indictment against settler youth, despite testimony by other policeman on the scene who said that no attack actually occurred.
Video initially distributed only to Arab media shows 17-year-old Palestinian pummeling Border Police officer before being shot by another officer nearby.
Structure known as Beit Ezra, located in Hebron's wholesale market, was taken over by settlers in 2001 and has since then been the subject of an evacuation order.
Correction note regarding Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren's December 1 article clarifies that piece 'referred incompletely to the possibility of a contiguous Palestinian state'.