Shaked has been quoting a lot of traditional Jewish terms these days – much the way Hillary Clinton used to drop the hard G's at the end of her sentences the further she got below the Mason-Dixon line.
Other than depicting a vastly unequal relationship between a largely white government and darker skinned subjects, there are no factual comparisons that can be made between the PA and the Gaza Strip and Bantoestan.
A pathetically unreliable poll last Friday gave them 19 seats (never gonna' happen), but in reality they could play this out to keep everyone away from the next Knesset.
Shaked's casual text was Shaked's rebuttal to Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, whose sweet manner and French accent often makes his listeners forget that he represents an extreme-Haredi line with questionable notions regarding Israeli society.
An amendment made six months ago in the Knesset's house rules, according to which the Ethics Committee must consider not approving an MK's travel abroad which is funded by elements who publicly call for a boycott of Israel.
Chairman Peretz is interested in an alliance with Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett, and Bennett is unwilling to run in the same list as Otzma Yehudit.
The campaign was launched in response to the Netanyahu government's shirking its responsibility to demolish illegal Arab construction in Israel's Area C, which is tantamount to establishing a Palestinian State in the near future.
Over the years and to this day, almost all the Balad MKs and their family members have worked for the Association for Arab Culture.
The list is ideologically as diverse as can be imagined, with most of the members having precious little in common with one another other than their ethnicity, which is also questionable.
Haskel now admits that, contrary to her hopes, it won't be possible to approve the bill, and therefore it is not expected to come up for a vote in the current Knesset.
The left said about Smotrich's appointment: "Messianic war monger enters to the cabinet."
In 2014, he headed a delegation of imams who visited Israel as part of an initiative that promotes peace.
Ohana will serve at least until the upcoming national elections set for September 17.
Professor Wattad believes that the new law dispersing the Knesset "was enacted in the absence of authority and in flagrant violation of constitutional norms according to the Basic Law: The Government," and therefore it is null and void.
"Liberman is riding on the back of the two most burning hatreds in the liberal camp: hatred of Netanyahu and hatred of the Haredim."
Non-coalition parties are reportedly planning to filibuster the session in order to foil the dissolution of the Knesset.
There's no telling whether Liberman would finally give in and join the government – having dragged Netanyahu through the mud for almost two months.
If Netanyahu fails to secure a coalition before the Wednesday deadline and Israel goes to new elections, his Likud Party will win again, according to a survey conducted Sunday by Israeli daily “Ma’ariv.”
Over the two decades or so since Hayut was appointed to the high court, that august body has acted as the 121st member of Knesset.
In November 2018, a parole board rejected Ghattas' request to grant him early release after serving one-third of his sentence.
Ouch… "Predator jackal?" Has Israel Today turned into The People's Daily?
Netanyahu's fixer, Natan Eshel, has not given up his effort to recruit a Kachol Lavan deserter, who would give the PM a 61-seat coalition, with Liberman out.
The accusations that tweaking the high court's power to intervene in the political process means the demise of Israel's democracy is clearly an exaggeration.
The religious-Zionist parties stand to gain the most from an election re-run, seeing as they've probably lost as many as eight seats due to the threshold vote.
Liberman is not the only one refusing to accommodate Netanyahu's demands: the Rightwing Union has yet to be satisfied regarding the two portfolios it demands.
The United States government has 22 cabinet positions.
Israel's 21st Knesset, which has 5 openly homosexual MKs, is amending its forms and granting legislators' same-sex partners more rights.
The PM's mortal enemy, MK Gideon Saar, skewered him over the move, suggesting the amended law would yield "zero benefit" and cause "maximum damage."
It means that at any point Liberman could join the rest of the opposition in toppling the Likud government.
"We lay down on the barbed wire fence on behalf of the right wing."