Historically, the Supreme Court aligned with the Bar, as well as the Knesset opposition, to push through their own candidates.
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.
After A-G Mandelblit warns such a bill is unconstitutional, ministers decide to delay a vote to legalize Amona.
The internet pornography censorship bill passed unanimously and now goes to the Knesset.
The Knesset Constitution Committee is to debate a proposed bill expanding the powers of the defense minister in pre-1967 Israel.
It remains to be seen which way Netanyahu will cleverly evade this crisis, and whether or not he is prepared to either arm wrestle the high court or put down a rightwing rebellion in his own party.
According to Yediot, the KGB's highest prize was the recruitment of an IDF general who was member of the General Staff.
Israel Police have recommended the prime minister allow MKs to resume ascending to the Temple Mount.
Thousands of Christians from around the world showed their solidarity in the capital on the Festival of Sukkot in the annual Jerusalem March.
The dispute MK Tibi has just entered is not, as he put it, religious, but scientific.
Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.
PM Netanyahu invited members of UNESCO to take a trip to the Arch of Titus to view the treasures of the Holy Temple and refresh their historic memories.
Nearly two dozen international members of parliament will arrive in Jerusalem to celebrate its liberation at a conference during Sukkot.
Accused Israeli Arab spy and ex-MK Azmi Bishara is slated to speak in Washington DC, and got a US visa to do it.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.
Habayit Hayehudi is facing an existential dilemma these days, as many of its voters have said they'd rather see their elected representatives leave government than participate in the decision to uproot the Amona residents.
The Knesset National Union faction participated in the dedication of new Jewish home in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City.
Alongside the need to restrain the legislator, Shaked sees a dire need to restrain Israel's expansionist Judiciary.
The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.