Lawmakers across spectrum uphold ban keeping Balad MK Hanin Zoabi out of the Knesset.
PM Netanyahu: Israel's safety unimportant to those who anonymously attack Israel, him.
He also chided Tel Aviv for encouraging violence by cancelling a school trip to Jerusalem.
The bill would take power away from the Haredi Chief Rabbis but but does not authorize non-orthodox conversions.
Israel's Knesset is locked in a power struggle with the High Court of Justice over illegal African migration.
This winter session is not expected to be an easy one for the government.
Let’s raise funds to send her to Syria where she can put some sense in her head, if it stays attached.
Barnum and Bailey’s three-ring circus could not have done better.
The new Bayit Yehudi forum hopes to better integrate English-speaking Olim into the party and the political process, and deal with issues important to Western Zionists.
A 24-year-old Israeli math teacher is suspected of supporting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror organization.
Knesset Speaker Elkin says Israel should hold Hamas terrorist bodies until IDF soldier bodies returned.
Gidon's Saar's quitting gives other Likud members the chance for promotion.
The poll shows that "Jewish Home" party members like and appreciate their current leadership.
Gidon Saar shocked and changed Israel's political landscape today with his unexpected resignation from politics.
Netanyahu said that since the Jordanians opposed the bridge, "Of course we agreed." Of course.
The Balad party now boasts at least two former MKs who aided or visited the enemy. Haneen Zoabi a candidate for number three.
For two-and-a-half years, residents of the Golan Heights understood that domestic interests in Syria would keep war away from them.
What other country would allow legislators to openly declare their allegiance to another entity?
Uzi Arad launches ferocious attack on Netanyahu, DM Ya'alon. Praises home front but says pols giving nothing but marketing spin.
Israel’s political landscape awoke Wednesday to the latest ceasefire with a sharp round of criticism for Prime Minister Netanyahu, and jostling for position amongst senior politicians who have begun to smell the aroma of early elections, possibly in the first half of 2015.