Tag archive for ‘Uri Ariel’
News Brief On Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Israeli Minister urges population transfer: For stray cats

  In a recent letter to the environmental protection minister, Ariel offered to take the budget issued for the treatment of strays – NIS 4.5 million a year ($1.16 million)– and use it to “Transfer More...

Tibi Singer On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Arabs Irate as Netanyahu Government Approves Plans for 1, 060 East Jerusalem Jewish Homes

The Israeli government on Monday approved the planning of 1, 060 new Jewish homes in liberated East Jerusalem. “The government has decided to advance the planning of more than 1, 000 units in Jerusalem, More...

Ranit Nahum-Halevy On Monday, October 6th, 2014

Housing Minister: Forget the Green Line, West bank Construction Continues Full Force

Speaking in a ceremony to celebrate a new housing project in Pardes Hana-Karkur (which is in pre-1967 Israel), Construction and Housing Minister Uri Ariel (Jewish Home) said he plans to continue construction More...

Tibi Singer On Monday, September 29th, 2014

Palestinians Irate as ‘Third Temple with Underground Parking’ Crowdfunding Raises $105, 000

The new Jewish Temple will offer millions of pilgrims underground parking, according to a new plan that just received the endorsement of hundreds of supporters who put their money where their faith is. An More...

Li-or Averbach On Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

PM Netanyahu attacks “unrepresentative” Israeli media

– Netanyahu says the media is dominated by the left, far left and extreme right.   Second Authority for Television and Radio CEO Shai Babad’s participation as a guest in the cabinet meeting that More...

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Noam Meir On Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Israeli Government Approves Plan to Invest $85 Million in East Jerusalem

– Israel will increase both security spending and its investment in East Jerusalem’s local infrastructure. –     Israel’s cabinet announced that it has appropriated 300 million NIS More...

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