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The first Jewish bureaucracy

Jethro told Moshe, based upon his experience as chief executive priest of Midian, that Moshe's goal was unachievable in this world.

The first Jewish bureaucracy was in the desert

The revenge factor in America's crisis: Pelosi and others

The Democrats did not seek Justice, but to avenge Trump’s threat to their elites in msm, in bureaucracy, and their politicians. Op-ed.

The revenge factor in America's crisis

Aliya stories: We never promised you a rose garden

Two returning Israeli citizens tell about some of the thorns in the aliya garden. Still, they say, the roses smell sweet. Op-ed.

Aliya: We never promised you a rose garden

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The writer has just the APP you need to make your aliyah a success. And he is looking for a name for it. Read on.

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Shaked: 'Political power has passed to the bureaucrats'

Justice Minister speaks at Bar Association conference: 'Clerks conduct political agenda under guise of neutrality and professionalism.'

Shaked: 'Political power has passed to the bureaucrats'

PM: Political appointments should be more like in the US

Prime Minister says Israel needs to remove red tape and bureaucracy in making political appointments after several ministers complain.

PM: Political appointments should be more like in the US

'Israel is chasing away skilled immigrants'

MK Naguisa blasts Israeli bureaucracy, claims it prevents skilled immigrants from settling in Israel.

'Israel is chasing away skilled immigrants'

MKs Come Home to Towed Cars

Dozens of Knesset members' cars are towed in ‘unpleasant’ incident following airplane delay.

MKs Come Home to Towed Cars

In Bureaucratic Snafu, Negev Elephant Park a No Go

An elephant park that organizers hoped would bring tourists to the Negev is a no go - because someone forgot to check the rules

Negev Elephant Park a No Go Due to Bureaucratic Snafu

Bennett: I Am the 'Bureaucracy Plumber'

Bureaucracy is killing Israeli small business, MInister of Industry and Trade told business forum on Monday

Bennett: I Am the 'Plumber' Who Will Clear Bureaucratic Holdups

Police Reforms: School Trips Lack Armed Protection

Schools have been cancelling planned trips in Judea and Samaria because of bureaucracy.

Following Police Reforms: School Trips Lack Armed Protection

Protester Who Set Himself Alight is Dead

Moshe Silman, 57, had been anesthetized and respirated for six days with burns on 90% of his body.

Protester Who Set Himself Alight is Dead