(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): We’re Closer to the Destruction of Electric Bikes

Many are cynical about the Knesset’s work, but few look at all the bills that they pass. Be one of the few, the proud, the Kalpi. Also make sure to check out the updated database to see all the bills passed from the last few months ranked in a completely non arbitrary manner. Without further ado… Continue reading “(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): We’re Closer to the Destruction of Electric Bikes”

Weekly Election Update: What can we Learn from these Polls?

Despite recent sad news, at Kalpi, we do our best to avoid writing about the conflict. This is because most people have made up their minds on the subject and it’s hard to gage its exact effect on elections before elections are set. So onward we go knowing that this is not quite the foremost issue now. Continue reading “Weekly Election Update: What can we Learn from these Polls?”

(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): Judea and Samaria Jurisdiction and Battered Women

Many are cynical about the Knesset’s work, but few look at all the bills that they pass. Be one of the few, the proud, the Kalpi. Also make sure to check out the updated database to see all the bills passed from the last few months ranked in a completely non arbitrary manner. Without further ado… Continue reading “(Un)Kill(ed) Bill(s): Judea and Samaria Jurisdiction and Battered Women”

Why you may have to Visit fewer Israeli Government Ministries soon

It is probably not a good thing that Frana Kafka would be horrified by most Israeli ministry offices. Going to the Ministry of the Interior on the wrong day can feel like some kind of combination of “The Trial”, “The Penal Colony” and “Metamorphosis”. Only, the rules at the MoI are less clear, the mechanisms more convoluted and the sense of self-worth significantly reduced. Your number is your only release. (Quick business idea: Going to government offices, take numbers and then selling them to the people behind you). Continue reading “Why you may have to Visit fewer Israeli Government Ministries soon”