The agreement worked out between the parties states plainly that a stable government is in Israel’s best interest.
The last time a strong, rightwing government broke up over nonsense, in 1992, it resulted in a Labor victory and the Rabin-sponsored Oslo accords.
When asked who is best suited to be Israel's next prime minister, 36% of respondents supported Netanyahu—graft investigations and all. None of the above received 25%.
Adina Bar-Shalom attacks Shas chairman Aryeh Deri: "He has changed since he entered prison, completely deteriorated."
"We will not support any law unless it passes through the defense establishment. We will not support an 'Israbluff' vote and similar combos. We will vote against. We have no intention of voting for it."
Bennett told Israel Radio that the crisis in the government is "a fake crisis that can be solved."
If the Gerrer Rebbe sticks to his guns about running the full vote on the bill to end before ever tending to the budget bill, it would effectively spell the end of Netanyahu's coalition government.
Putin claimed Russia did not possess the tools nor the will to meddle in elections.
Orly Levy-Abekasis, 45, is the daughter of former Likud Minister and kingmaker David Levy, who championed the downtrodden Jews from Arab countries.
If Bibi goes to war and declares new elections – be certain that the next coalition deal is already in his back pocket.
Should the coalition crisis persist, and either Kulanu or UTJ brings down the Netanyahu government, new elections are expected in June.
The clash over the bill is reaching the point where the gloves would be pulled off and the political fisticuffs could start.
"I regret it, it's inappropriate, it was not right and it was not true," Habayit Hayehudi Chairman and Education Minister Naftali Bennett apologized to MK Yossi Yona (Zionist Camp) for a video ad published by his party in the 2015 election campaign.
According to the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center, as many as 79.3% of respondents to its survey said they were planning to vote in this year's presidential election.
In a Channel 2 News survey, 50% of respondents said Netanyahu should resign, 42% said he shouldn't. Not so bad, considering the hype.
On the right, where many of Lapid's potential voters dwell, he just became the ultimate snitch against a popular sitting prime minister.
National Election Commission Chairman Ibrahim vowed to run elections "in accordance with the highest standards of fairness and international transparency."
In 2000 the AG decided not to indict the Netanyahus for, among other things, illegally keeping 700 state gifts worth about $100,000, including silverware, menorahs, carpets, paintings, and a gold letter opener from Vice President Al Gore.
The Likud is projected to lose six seats, coming in second with only 24 and with a trail of corruption—alleged and proven, that would likely sentence it to a term on the opposition benches.
"We are Jews, living in a Jewish state," Gabai said, adding, "I think one of the Labor Party's problems is that it has distanced itself from that."
The parish wrote that the plaque honoring President George Washington made some people feel unsafe and unwelcome!
Spain's Constitutional Court has begun legal proceedings against the Catalan Parliament's declaration of independence.
European Jewry Congratulates Sebastian Kurz on Austrian Election Win, Warns Against Far-Right Pressures
"We strongly urge Mr. Kurz to form a coalition of centrist parties and not be beholden to a party of the far-right in his new coalition government."
The NYS Comptroller focusing on accounts belonging to Germany's Marxist Leninist party in a probe aimed at the PFLP terrorist group.
The hunger for a state of their own dates as far back as the time when the Ottoman Empire was broken up after World War I and European nations divided the territory.