There's no chance the opposition bill will be accepted any time soon (not by a Likud-led government, either).
Public transportation on Shabbat is a simple dispute that was turned into a symbol.
Why it's a Topsy-Turvy world we live in, isn't it?
Eleven lawmakers were sworn in with two more to follow under Israel's "Norwegian Law."
"This is a sensitive law that has almost twice been rejected in the High Court."
Because of the lack of support from Ra'am and Meretz, the coalition would only be able to pass the extension with right-wing votes.
A 1996 law placed severe restrictions on no-confidence motions.
MK Ayman Odeh: "On these (Old City) walls, the flag of Palestine will be hoisted and Jerusalem will be the capital of recaptured Palestine."
Yamina can't apply the Norwegian Law as long as there are Yamina list members who oppose this coalition.
Pinto is a former employee of The Ruderman Family Foundation and a member of its network of young activists who are passionate about social justice and inclusion.
Glick demanded that the rules apply to everyone equally.
The most combative among the incoming team was undoubtedly the next Minister of Religious Services (Bennett's old job) Matan Kahana from Yamina.
We wish much success to both sides of the aisle, and we urge them to play ball according to the rules.
In Jerusalem’s Old City, prominent religious-Zionist rabbis pray the incoming government won’t “abandon the Land of Israel to the Arab takeover.”
In the throes of the Knesset brouhaha on Sunday, it was possibly difficult to catch and digest the very long and ambitious list of goals the new prime minister was trying to deliver.
Abbas underlined that Ra'am should be the party to handle violence among Israel's Arab citizens.
There are 27 ministers in the new government, including nine women. Here's the list of 'who's who.'
Netanyahu took the position as leader of the Opposition in the same firm manner with which he led the nation as prime minister.
“The government that is being formed represents many Israelis from Efrat to Tel Aviv. . . We will remove obstacles and make progress.”
The accident between two vehicles was reportedly the fault of MK Ben-Gvir's chauffeur.
Most important: this government will pass a new, biannual budget, which its predecessor has failed to do.
“The very fact that an MK in the State of Israel cannot march in the Old City is a deterioration, a surrender to Hamas, a surrender to terrorism.”
Deri promised: "We will overthrow this government very quickly."
"This is a commissioner who has failed to deal with the rioters in Lod, Ramla, Acco, and on the Negev roads, and now he is infringing on the freedom of movement of a Knesset member and Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem."
"This is the end of democracy."
We are beginning to see the reality of assigning the role of prime minister to the leader of a six-member Knesset faction.
The Israeli police continue to prevent Jewish MKs from going up to the Temple Mount.
With Al-Kharomi having this much influence over the fate of the Negev Bedouin, Bennett might as well have surrendered to his cat the family's entire supply of cream.
AG Mandelblit made it clear to Netanyahu and Ohana that going against the professional decision of the police regarding the parade required a political decision.
The coming diaspora minister will be Labor MK Gilad Kariv who is both a Reform clergy and the executive director of the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism.