"Government should stop scaring the citizens of an imminent second holocaust and stop inciting them against each other."
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked reiterated her view that "the crisis is solvable and not fundamental."
The surprising results are a strong warning to Bennett and Netanyahu that the right wing is not in their pockets.
The left-wing MKs who supported this bill will oppose the next one regarding the requirement of transparency from NGOs.
Ahmed Tibi raged, "I’m sovereign here, I am above you," and then began kicking people out of the Knesset.
25-year-old man threatened former Shas party head with violence.
'It's well known that when a coalition MK votes against the government line he knows he's going to pay a price.'
The amendment is being submitted against the background of several cases of disgraced senior public servants attracting much public attention.
The Falash Mura are members of the Beta Israel community in Ethiopia and Eritrea who converted to Christianity over the past two centuries.
99% of the votes have been counted, and this is the new Likud list...
The committee intends to build an immediate strategy to end the outbreak of the disease in the country.
Some Likud party leaders claim have been given marching orders to begin preparing for general elections.
Israel expressed solidarity with the government and victims of terror in Great Britain.
The following poll result were reported on the Knesset TV Channel, after the Cease Fire announcement.
"If the Israeli Left has no place for those who … wage battle against those who seek to delegitimize Israel, it will not return to lead the country."
The new coalition, like most of the 33 previous governments, was formed with an auction.
"I spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May last night and I told her that the important international message of the attack is zero tolerance for the use of non-conventional weapons," Netanyahu told his ministers.
“The Zionist Camp is afraid of [Tel Aviv Mayor] Ron Huldai and is abandoning the values of socialism to gain the votes of Tel Aviv’s residents.”
"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"
There's nothing quite like the law of unintended consequences, which will trump social engineering legislation any day of the week.
Gidon's Saar's quitting gives other Likud members the chance for promotion.
According to Glick, 'the fact that rabbis support ascending to the Temple Mount is a phenomenon that has grown following the mass ascension. After the Jews ascended, the rabbis had to deal with the halachic question.'
The Haredi Knesset Members who walked out of David Cameron’s speech didn’t miss very much.
Aryeh Deri, chairman of the Shas Sephardi Hareidi party, will leave the Ministry of Economy and be given another Cabinet post following the failure...
Bennett told Israel Radio that the crisis in the government is "a fake crisis that can be solved."