“Israel is a center of excellence for medical cannabis. It’s like Switzerland is for banking; the place you go to find the real experts,” says Stephen Konigsberg of Tikun Olam USA.
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Only 32% of Israel's Arab citizens intend to vote, 80.5% of them for the Joint List, according to a new poll. Nearly a quarter of respondents said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is most suited to lead the country.
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Yamina candidate Naftali Bennett says the plan will be “hell” for Israelis living in the West Bank and spell “the end” for the settlement enterprise; Yamina leader Shaked says U.S. plan “will divide Jerusalem.”
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blames Iran for “unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply” after drone barrage drops Saudi oil production to 5.7 million barrels; Iran accuses U.S. of “max deceit.”
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Likud Party says rampant Arab-sector voting fraud may have cost the party 2 seats in April; Gantz: Bibi’s move is “political spin” designed to “lower voter turnout.”
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Raising the issue of a defense treaty now is “clearly election propaganda” and doesn’t reflect mature policy, says former IDF Military Intelligence head Amos Yadlin.
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On Sept. 17, Israelis will vote for the parties they want to represent them for Knesset. JNS would like to know who you would vote for--even if you are not eligible to cast a ballot.
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Report: Turkish Foreign Ministry says Organization for Islamic Cooperation will hold an extraordinary session in in Saudi Arabia to discuss Netanyahu's announcement last week regarding Israeli annexation of the Jordan Valley.
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Countries that allow “terrorist armies” to entrench themselves will “suffer the consequences,” says IDF chief of staff; Israel "will not cease" efforts to return captive, missing soldiers.
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Of the 134 who aim to go ahead with the move, 133 are Democrats, and one is a Republican-turned-Independent
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Predictions run 33 seats for the Likud and 31 for Blue and White, but show that a left-wing coalition that includes the Arab parties would win 62 seats, ensuring the right would be shut out.
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“I understood its depth and maturity, and fine writing and poetry, and with the rise of all the ‘isms’—anti-Semitism, populism and nationalism—both me and my mom saw the necessity in bringing this to life,” said Alexandra Bellak.
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“While observant Jews were under 8 percent of the 51 adjuncts, ALL of them—100 percent—were pushed out after the 2016 academic year,” claims the lawsuit.
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Felix Kjellberg said he hoped that the donation would dispel “alt-right claims that [have] been thrown against me.”
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“There are realities that make this one global phenomenon, and I believe the solution has to be fighting it everywhere. We need to unify around this important battle of our time,” said Elan Carr, U.S. Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism, as part of a panel of speakers at a New York City roundtable.
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The hateful words on “The Rock,” an iconic structure at the university, were painted over with a message of “Love Thy Brother.”
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“The Democratic debate was light on foreign policy when it comes to the big challenges facing the U.S. overseas,” said Security Studies senior fellow Matthew Brodsky. “Iran was only brought up in passing, which is interesting given everything happening in the Middle East.”
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Cherrie Daniels, who speaks Hebrew and other foreign languages, served in the U.S. embassy in Belgrade and at the U.S. embassy in Oslo.
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