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Meanwhile, the proportion of students attending ultra-Orthodox schools has increased by about 300% since 1992.
On paper, Herzog could cobble a new government with relative ease, should such a vote of no-confidence succeed and the Netanyahu coalition government be toppled – even without new elections.
PM Netanyahu has been on both sides of the fence regarding the new bill, but mostly, people in his circle explained, out of fear of retribution from the Obama Administration.
When even the Knesset's leftwing parties want to kick out an Arab MK, you know it's bad.
MK Lapid said 'Israel's school system must not permit entry of organizations that slander IDF officers and soldiers, calling them criminals and encouraging insubordination. Consider what happens to a student who hears these stories just before joining the Army.'
MK Trajtenberg took off his shirt at the Knesset entrance, cautioning that "tomorrow all of you will have a burqa."
'It's well known that when a coalition MK votes against the government line he knows he's going to pay a price.'
MK Gafni: Real news for the children of Israel. New law will help level playing field for poorer children.
For the duration of the next year, the quota for duty-free fresh meat imports will be doubled.
The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.
Bennett pledged that his ministry would combat ethnic discrimination in the enrollment process of all educational institutions, particularly the ultra-Orthodox.
The rightwing parties could possibly combine their numbers to boycott either Kahlon or Lapid, or both, from the future coalition government.
The law would allow the Prime Minister to concentrate on his job instead of the constant minor investigations the police are always opening and closing, on the other hand...
In terms of political affiliation, the Knesset factions would have experienced a serious tilt to the right were the elections held this week.
The Likud has launched a move to remove MK Hazan from the State Control Committee, because Hazan suggested he was in favor of an inquiry of the 2014 Gaza war
It should be noted that those Haredi schools that rejected the government-imposed of a Core Curriculum did so not necessarily because they object to teaching their students many of the subjects on the list.
"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
The question is, even considering this fantasy scenario, whether the Ya'alon-Kahlon-Sa'ar triumvirate would be able to form a coalition and with whom.