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  • Israel has been following the group's activities on Facebook, and Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor says "hooligans" are unwelcome.

    Israel to Deport 124 Pro-Palestinian Activists

  • Israel has been following the group's activities on Facebook, and Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor says "hooligans" are unwelcome.

    Israel to Deport 124 Pro-Palestinian Activists

  • Yigal Palmor, spokesman for the Israeli foreign ministry, dismissed the report as "an unpleasant background noise".

    EU report calls for action over Israeli settlement growth

  • In fact the Mandarin Oriental ballroom got so jam-packed for the event that Julie Macklowe suffered a spillage on her Yigal Azrouël dress minutes into the party.

    Hot Ticket: April Fool's Fete

  • There were men's clothes designed for Ken by the likes of Yigal Azrouel and Simon Spurr .

    The Barbie Closet: A Tweenage Dream

  • In Jerusalem, the Israeli foreign ministry spokesman, Yigal Palmor, said there was not yet any sign that the targets in Bangkok were Israeli or Jewish.

    Iran behind Thailand blasts, claims Israel's Ehud Barak

  • Photos : Sophie Theallet Photos : Zero + Maria Cornejo Photos : Oscar de la Renta "I want to keep it colorful," said designer Yigal Azrouël about his secondary line, Cut-25, which was inspired by surf and pop culture.

    The New Neutral: a Rainbow

  • On Monday, guests including fashion designers Yigal Azrouel and Cynthia Rowley, filmmaker Baz Luhrmann, and Kate and Andy Spade wandered five floors of open studios featuring the work of the Academy's current MFA students and fellows.

    The Art World's Own Star Search

  • It hasn't abandoned anything, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor.

    Israelis Divided on Prisoner Swap

  • No one would ever say that David Koresh, onetime head of the Branch Davidians who allegedly engaged in sexual abuse and other crimes at his compound in Waco, Texas, embodied Christianity, or that Yigal Amir, a right-wing zealot who in 1995 assassinated then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, stood for anything other than a lawless fringe of Judaism.

    Robert David Jaffee: Will Fort Hood's Iago Speak?

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