Knesset security was beefed up prior to his address to prevent lawmakers from having direct access to the vice president.
Zoabi was among a group of Israeli Arab lawmakers expelled from the parliament for trying to disrupt the historic address to the Knesset by US Vice President Mike Pence on Jan. 22, 2018.
"Islamophobia is also a kind of anti-Semitism," MK Tibi noted, "so we must all be united in the fight against racism, the rejection of the other and the creation of stereotypes."
The Brits caved, and Hazan will remain in Jerusalem.
The investigators initially estimated that the party concealed money received from more than a thousand private donors and organizations in Israel and around the world.
"We strongly urge the Palestinian leadership to return to the table. Peace can only come through dialogue."
Arab MKs began holding up signs and yelling as VP Pence began to speak.
The Joint Arab List lawmakers began to raise signs protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Jerusalem.
“No American vice president has had a greater commitment to Israel and its people.”
"We are bound together by the values and aspirations based on our basic beliefs of liberty, Biblical tradition and peace.”
Vice President Pence's Live Remarks at a Special Knesset Session
The Arab MKs intend to take advantage of the live coverage of the speech worldwide and yell condemnations at the VP while filing out of the plenum.
The rally will take place Monday, Jan. 22 at 1:00 pm outside the Knesset gate in Jerusalem.
US Vice President arrives on an historic visit to Israel as Vice President of the United States. He will make history again on Tuesday, visiting the Western Wall.
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri (Shas) on Saturday slammed the Yisrael Beiteinu chairman over his show of solidarity with law breakers, and told reporters, "I am done with Avigdor Liberman."
Egypt's El-Sisi continues to insist the only solution to the Israel-Palestinian Authority conflict is the "two-state solution."
“We stand shoulder to shoulder with you in Egypt in the fight against terrorism,” Pence said.
“There are thousands of Arab students from the Negev studying medicine and other topics abroad,” Abu Arar said.
Committee chairman MK Kisch clarified that MKs would not be barred from paying visits to these organizations, but only at their own expense.
MK Peretz warned that civil society would not be able to continue to provide services in a time of war.
The new policy was drafted by Meretz MK Ilan Gilon. It becomes law in February 2018.
"This speech is one that we will listen to with utmost attention, and here in the Knesset we will make every effort to host Vice President Pence in the most proper and impressive manner."
The raises are expected to cost the Israeli taxpayer approximately NIS 2 million ($600 million) per year.
Shas, which initiated the Supermarket Law, is not benefiting from it for the time being, and is expected to win only 4 seats (down from 7) – barely passing the threshold, if that.
The opposition seized the moment and asked to cut the debate on the bill and go directly to a vote – knowing they could carry the day, with the other side caught unsuspecting.