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Degel Hatorah Doesn’t Want Early Elections; Appears to Have Started the Process of Breaking from Agudas Yisrael

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu continues efforts to prevent early elections, including a meeting Sunday with Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, with Mr. Kahlon currently favoring early elections. Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, who heads the Shas party, announced he is not scared of elections, but will also go along with efforts not to dissolve the Knesset, as Mr.

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Trump Jumps In To Offer Aid To Democrat Pelosi’s Speaker Bid

Democrats won the majority. Now they just need a speaker of the House.

The standoff over Nancy Pelosi’s bid to regain the gavel intensified as Democrats left Washington for the Thanksgiving break in what has turned out to be an unsettling finish to an otherwise triumphant week that saw them welcome a historic class of newcomers to Capitol Hill and prepare to take control from Republicans.

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Motzei Shabbos News Roundup From Israel

Hundreds of teenagers from the Gaza Periphery protested the ongoing violence in the area during a mass protest in Kibbutz Mordechai after Shabbos. The protests were aimed at sending a message to the government stating that they will no longer live with the current situation.

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The Vaccination Debate is on Fire – Part II

The current vaccination crisis is one of the most hotly debated topics right now; a recent survey by YWN had more than 10,000 people weighing in on the topic.

With the repercussion becoming tangible and relevant to the day-to-day running of schools and other institutions, and affecting the ways families choose to address their children’s needs, it is more necessary than ever to understand the Torah perspective on things.

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As Florida Recount Wraps Up, Democrat Gillum Concedes

Democrat Andrew Gillum ended his hard-fought campaign for Florida governor on Saturday, just hours before counties must turn in their official results following days of recounting ballots.

Gillum, in a video that he posted on Facebook, congratulated Republican Ron DeSantis but vowed to remain politically active although he gave no clues as his future plans.

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