The law allows government ministers to quit the Knesset and be replaced with new MKs who can concentrate on their legislative jobs.
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Former Likud Knesset Member Moshe Feiglin announced Friday he is launching a new party called "Identity." Feiglin lost his bid for re-elected earlier this year...
She apologized for insulting an Arab policeman, and the State Prosecutor dropped charges of incitement.
Panim sees itself as standing at the forefront of Jewish Renewal across Israel. It incorporates various organizations dealing with Jewish culture and identity from a variety of worldviews: Secular, Orthodox, Reform and Conservative, Urban, Rural, Ashkenazi and Sephardi.
“For the sake of Israel’s security, it should keep the natural gas it has found in the country, and convert everything it can to operate on gas.”
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as "Jews" but "welcomes them with love and joy" to be just like him.
Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick talks peace in Istanbul with a state official and on A9TV with Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar.
Shin Bet foils attempt by Hamas to overthrow Palestinian Authority government in Judea & Samaria.
Israel's government approves new security fencing along its eastern border.
Israeli PM Netanyahu warns nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers is going from bad to "worse."
Germany's Bundestag president marked 50 years of diplomatic ties with Israel at the Knesset.
Kachlon seems to be concerned about an apparent delusion that he will visit the White one day as Israel's Prime Minister.
Businessmen in Judea and Samaria sent the letter to the chairwoman of the left-wing Meretz party.
Mental health care services are moving from the Health Ministry to direct supervision under the four Israeli HMOs.
Deputy Health Minister Litzman dumps predecessor's policy and returns fluoride to drinking water in Israel.
The law backfired and the sale of new books dropped by 35%.
A ministerial committee has approved tougher criminal standards for dealing with stone throwing.
Veteran Likud minister Benny Begin has resigned from the new Netanyahu government after coalition jockeying refused to yield him a seat at the table.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Netanyahu government voted Wednesday to form a new ministerial committee on Arab affairs.