The Likud MKs who, unlike Begin, had actually been elected by Likud voters, all voiced their enthusiastic support for the Regulations Act and urged Netanyahu to promote it.
Historically, the Supreme Court aligned with the Bar, as well as the Knesset opposition, to push through their own candidates.
A new game about the Gaza war, on Google and Apple, may endanger IDF soldiers.
The state petitioned the High Court with a request to delay the demolition of Amona.
Former president Katzav is again trying to win parole without expressing remorse.
Arab terrorists in the Palestinian Authority are escalating attacks on the roads.
Coalition Knesset members say they'll walk out when Israeli Arab MKs speak this week.
The Interior Minister will keep his cabinet post but resign as a Knesset Member.
Eight Jerusalem Arabs have been arrested in the eastern part of the capital for violence against Israelis.
A Palestinian Authority police officer shot and wounded Israeli soldiers at the Focus checkpoint securing the entrance to Ramallah.
Lebanon has elected a new president, Maronite Christian Michel Aoun, age 81. Former PM Sa'ad Hariri rejoins him for a second time around.
Unemployment in Israel rose to 4.9% in September, compared with 4.6% in August.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel (Habayit Hayehudi) may end up being the politician who broke the iron hold of the judicial civil service on Israel's democracy.
The Erez Crossing is closing temporarily for an Israeli military exercise.
Arab terrorists attacked Israeli drivers on the Tekoa road, this time near Har Homa.
After A-G Mandelblit warns such a bill is unconstitutional, ministers decide to delay a vote to legalize Amona.
The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
The internet pornography censorship bill passed unanimously and now goes to the Knesset.
A terrorist is dead after ramming three Israeli Border Guard Police officers at the Arab village of Beit Omer.
A 5-year-old child was injured in a stoning attack when a rock smashed a windshield and sent flying glass straight at him.
Israel's defense establishment is worrying more about the quality and quantity of Russian military activity and arms in the region.
Israel offers aid to Italy after a 6.6-scale earthquake rocks the central region, destroying buildings.
Self-employed Israelis will receive an additional 25 percent above their monthly average salary for time spent in military service
"The money that modern forgers and dealers can make on modern forgeries is astronomical, consistently in the five and six figure range. The motivation is strong."
The new campaign is banking on the fact that all of Israel's past mainstream politicians have supported the settlement enterprise, even if some of them later became its sworn enemies.