from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The unicameral parliament of Israel.
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- proper n. The Israeli parliament, located in Jerusalem.
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- n. the Israeli unicameral parliament
Liberal parties have folded or merged and the Labor Party, the erstwhile left-wing political juggernaut, holds only thirteen seats in Knesset -- the 120-seat Israeli Parliament -- or roughly the same amount of seats as the domestic Arab parties.
Neither the government nor the Knesset is concerned about continuity.
Their representation in Knesset (the UTJ) exists to fund their institutions and welfare and provides a forum where they can hope to expand Halakha.
I cannot understand why a man had tried to show that he is different, would support Bush's "appeasement" talk in Knesset?
Hanin Zoaby, a 41-year-old, first-term Knesset member, has become the most hated person in
Hanin Zoabi, a first-term Knesset member from Balad, the party once led by
There are palestinian arabs (called Israeli Arabs) who are citizens of Israel, there are also some political arab parties in Knesset.
Melanie, I believe that what you saw in Mr. Brown's flogging of Israel today in the Knesset is his estimation that the Jews need to concede all, because 5 million Jews are not as powerful as 450 million Arabs or 1.3 billion Muslims.
Charging your opponents with appeasement and likening them to Neville Chamberlain in the Knesset is a brutal blow.
The Israeli parliament, known as the Knesset, also could pass a law setting new elections, or Mr. Peres might still push for the formation of a coalition.
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