"WPL believes that progress happens by convening women political leaders who have the drive and the influence to create positive change."
Donatille Mukabalisa, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of Rwanda—one of the few parliaments with a female majority—will address a panel discussion on women's empowerment and gender equality.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) is definitely one coalition member who would rather avoid Monday's vote.
"These works are carried out in the open and cause severe harm to the Jewish character of the State and severely hurt the feelings of millions of religious and traditional citizens in the State of Israel."
Bennett: "I cannot promise something beyond my power to deliver. But we'll do everything we can to protect this community."
MK Zahalka argued that goats are actually good for the environment, as they thin out the forests, making them easier to control in case of a fire.
Knesset Members, parliamentary aides and other staff members recited prayers for the 103-year-old Torah sage in Jerusalem.
Between 2000 and 2013, some 1,658 immigrants committed suicide.
With the longevity of Arab leaders who pay official visits to the Knesset in Jerusalem set at about four years, one could read Kara's tweet to be on the morbid side.
Knesset Speaker to Swedish Counterpart: Cooperation Marred by Anti-Israel Elements in your Government
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, also a Social Democrat, is probably the most outrageous members of government when it comes to hostility to the Jewish State.
For people who become mortally hurt when this or that Orthodox politician tells them they're not really Jewish, heaping on their heads advice as to how they should improve – US Jews are surprisingly unrestrained when it comes to meddling in the coalition politics of a foreign country.
"I have clarified to our friends in Washington and our friends in Moscow that we will operate in Syria, including southern Syria, in accordance with our understanding and in accordance with our security needs."
The notion presented by the authors of the bill that Jewish halacha is a well-defined body of law, a streamlined set of answers to judicial questions, if you will, is absurd.
"We are Jews, living in a Jewish state," Gabai said, adding, "I think one of the Labor Party's problems is that it has distanced itself from that."
There's nothing quite like the law of unintended consequences, which will trump social engineering legislation any day of the week.
'According to the Halacha, only the person who cooks the food must be Jewish; the other workers do not have to be Jewish.'
'Today, a convicted person cannot serve as the minister's chauffeur, but he could serve as the minister.'
According to the Boycott Law, a person or group harmed by a boycott may seek compensation from the individual or group that had harmed him.
Israel, Cyprus and Greece are three democratic countries in a "challenging and complex region."
The Jerusalem Biennale exhibition entitled Balfour at 100, featuring the artwork of three British artists, will be temporarily re-sited from its location in the Museum of Underground Prisoners into the Knesset.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday evening, following the special Knesset session in memory of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, will leave for London to attend an event marking 100 years...
Last summer, the High Court of Justice revoked an earlier version of the draft law which granted yeshiva students an exemption from military service through 2023.
"In light of the warm and special relation between Poland and Israel, and specifically between our parliaments, I would urge you to consider amending the proposed legislation."
We have seen no progress on any of these issues since the government’s regrettable decision in June.
The Americans have known about the law for several months.