Naftali Bennett's Religious Zionist startup goes up from 8 to 11, likely those seats that were lured by Netanyahu in the last elections.
"Peace hasn't broken out," Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon said, "It's only a drop in the bucket — but it's a crucial drop."
Netanyahu has until Passover to follow the coalition agreement he signed with the ultra-Orthodox, or else.
Using humor to fuse a tense situation, MK Zahalka said, "I didn't know they were short on chairs in the presidential palace."
The development partners of the Leviathan gas field are planning to start the pipes flowing by 2019.
Iran announces it will pay for terror attacks in Israel (now that it's flush with cash from lifted sanctions.)
Bar-Yosef, 62, is married with four children and three grandchildren. He filled the position of deputy head of the National Security Services from 2009 until six months ago.
There are five alternatives being discussed by the Israeli leadership, to appease to Turks while both helping the Gazans without harming Israeli security.
Approximately 41% of Jerusalem schoolchildren are Haredi, 38% are Arab.
The state would be going halfsies with the informant on the fine levied on the gun owner.
The ancient copper mines in Timna, deep in Israel’s Arava Valley, are believed by some to be the site of King Solomon's mines.
Israeli anti-religious organizations funded by Reform money are regularly invited by Knesset committees despite having no legal status.
Israel is growing its hi-tech sector so rapidly that local talent is allegedly having trouble keeping up.
"We will not allow the state to abandon the residents of Giv'at Amal."
UTJ MK Israel Eichler turned their lemons into a kind of lemonade saying he wouldn't give the Reform the satisfaction by leaving government.
It is believed that Netanyahu used the tapped lines to indirectly communicate with the Americans after Obama gave him the silent treatment for a few days.
The hands-on virtual workspace that will allow scholars around the world to work together simultaneously.
Israel demolished the homes of terrorists who together murdered and wounded 13 Jews and an Arab.
Closing missions in South America costs the Israel more money than keeping them active would have done.
The investigation so far has the two terrorists, ages 14 and 15, loitering freely around the store for 25 minutes without ever being challenged.