Rabbi Meir Kahane probably would have enjoyed this turn of events.
Israeli attorney general Avichai Mandelblit decides not to put her Balad Party on trial despite evidence indicating its guilt, citing potential harm to a “wider circle.”
Shouldn't Speaker Levin start proceedings to expel the Joint Arab List from the Knesset?
"With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, …let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nation’s wounds."
The resignation is further proof of the reports that Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid has struck a deal with Bennett for a coalition government.
Yair Lapid said in a meeting behind-closed-doors that there was progress in his talks with Yemina chairman Naftali Bennett.
Matan Peleg, CEO of Im Tirtzu that initiated the move, said that the letter was a wake-up call to the heads of the Zionist parties.
United Torah Judaism chairman Moshe Gafni on Sunday attacked the chairman of Religious Zionism Bezalel Smotrich in the Haredi newspaper Yated Ne'eman.
Say what you will about Bezalel Smotrich, the man is a great dreamer. And this time around, the math is in his favor.
The very party that received artificial respiration from the prime minister refuses to return the favor because he relies on an Islamic party.
The radical change in Netanyahu's strategy happened after President Rivlin said he would give the mandate to form a government to the candidate most likely to succeed.
According to some media outlets in Israel, the Lapid camp is ready to offer Bennett a rotation deal, according to which he would serve as prime minister for the first year.
He is suggesting that the only way to correct this borderline criminal neglect of crucial national issues, is to support the man who is most emphatically responsible for them.
Will Ahmad Tibi's secular party, Taal, follow suit should it recognize that cooperation in exchange for compensation is what their voters want?
In 2018, Bennett explained to reporters at a press conference in Tel Aviv—not Jerusalem—that Netanyahu’s contempt for religious Zionism had reached an intolerable peak.
The 6,578,084 eligible voters can arrive at 12,127 ballots across the country and cast their vote for one of the 39 parties running for the Knesset.
Here, for your consideration, is the expected schedule for the continuation of the election process for the 24th Knesset and the formation of the next Israeli government.
It appears that Ben Salman is not interested in an assassination just now, which is what happened to many leaders who recognized the Zionist entity's right to exist.
Netanyahu used his final big interview to the National Religious press for an unrestrained trashing of the very people he hopes to lure into his next government.
The bill gives the Defense Minister the authority to award the medal to South Lebanon Army soldiers who fought alongside IDF soldiers in the security zone in south Lebanon.
The COVID-19 electronic tracking bracelet can be worn on the wrist or ankle; it monitors one’s location via GPS and Bluetooth.
The problem has to do with a gap of half a percent or one percent that could raise or lower several parties above and below the threshold – which is 3.25% of the overall vote.
The improvement in Israel’s situation vis-à-vis the Coronavirus is attributed to its success to rapidly vaccinate its population.
Like the online trading platform Robinhood Markets, eToro has also enjoyed a strong growth spurt over the past year.
The most important issue for the Arab public is the implementation of the government plan to combat violence in Arab society (58.6% of respondents).
Netanyahu continues to fail to cross the 30-seat mark, while Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid is also stuck, but with 20 seats, which is much better than the low teens it was getting in the fall.
In westerns, it's known as a Mexican standoff, and by the end of the scene, all three gunmen lie dead in the empty street to the sound of a weepy melody.
Most businesses and activities are now being made available to holders of the Green Pass.
"We all understand that it is only a matter of time before a wide-scale contamination disaster takes place at sea."
MK Zohar was unhappy with Israel's media, too, and asked why they insist on criticizing for all the people who died but have nothing to say about all the people who didn't die.