Knesset Committee Warns: No Money to Deal with Next Large Scale Oil Spill

"We all understand that it is only a matter of time before a wide-scale contamination disaster takes place at sea."

Gafni, Ben-Gvir, Promise Major Constitutional Limits on the Courts If Elected

Monday was a particularly thought-provoking day in Israel's legal history.

Environmental Protection Minister Pushing Ban on Disposable Items in Israel’s National Parks

The new rules will also regulate driving in the parks, and prohibit all waste dumping except in containers designated for this purpose.

Importing the Swamp: Gideon Saar Hires ‘Lincoln Project’ Team to Do to Bibi What...

No doubt, it's by far more effective stuff than Israelis are used to both in terms of the sophistication of the video production and the raw bluntness of the message.

Druze MK Calls on Likud to Secure a Spot for Pollard on Its Election...

"For years we waited for the moment when you would make aliyah to Eretz Israel and, thank God, this day has come."

Legalization Champions Behind Dispersal Vote Ushering In a More Anti-Cannabis Knesset

According to the polls, the next Knesset will have a larger presence of rightwing parties that oppose legalization.

House Committee Approves Dispersal, Sets Elections on March 16

All 120 MKs will be able to take part in the debate following the first reading of the bill and speak from the podium for ten minutes.

Knesset Diaspora Committee Zoom-Meets UAE Jewish Leaders on Accommodating 10K Israeli Tourists Every Month

A Jewish Agency emissary will be arriving in the UAE as early as next week to work with the local Jewish community.

Report: Gantz Establishing Commission of Inquiry into Submarine Affair

"A heavy-duty press was used on my office," Harel wrote in an affidavit, to make the purchase in Germany, "specifically from ThyssenKrupp AG."

IPU Demands Israel Release Barghouti, Convicted of 26 Charges of Murder, Attempted Murder

The IPU said in a statement that it is "deeply concerned" that, after being incarcerated for 16 years, Barghouti has "no horizon for an early release."

Committee Chair Haimovich Who Joined Violent Protests Runs Debate on Proper Police Protocol

"The Likud must demand the dismissal of MK Haimovich from her position as chairman of the Interior Committee immediately," MK Karhi demanded.

Former Minister in Rabin’s Government Shimon Shetreet to Run for President against Amir Peretz

Sheetrit's candidacy would conflict with Netanyahu's alleged plans to reward Minister Amir Peretz for jumping ship with his minuscule Labor party to the Likud coalition government.

Knesset Defense Committee Demands High Court Review of Terrorist’s Home Demolition Nullification

MK Sa'ar called the ruling "miserable, wrong and painful," and said “it must not remain intact."

Israel Fights UN Discrimination with Green Initiative

The plan calls for giving budgetary support to companies that engage in sustainability and other environmentally friendly activities.

Yitzhar Settlers’ New Mahaneh Israel Party Will Establish Torah-Based Judicial System

Out of the 120 candidates on the Mahaneh Israel party's slate for the next Knesset elections, about 90 are residents of Yitzhar.

El Al Desperately Trying to Delay Paying $400 Million to Class Action Travelers

The lawsuit claims that the way El Al treats its customers reflects a hostile attitude whereby the company ignores their complaints and expects them to understand its plight.

Shas Dumps Ethiopian MK over Misogynistic, Racist Quotes

Like other non-Ashkenazi preachers in Israel, Rabbi Gazahi provokes intense reactions from secular Jews.

Knesset Passes ‘Norwegian Law’ to Help Ministers-Rich Blue&White Party Add MKs

The new law is a double edged sward for Gantz, seeing as close to half of his original slate is currently in the opposition, under MK Yair Lapid's leadership.

Despite Yamina’s Absence, 7, Possibly 8 Knitted Yarmulkes in Bibi’s New Government

And, on behalf of Blue&White, Omer Yankelevich, a Haredi woman, will be the next Diaspora Minister.

Israel Hayom: Likud Politicians Are Smelling Netanyahu’s Weakness

It's Lion in Winter time for Bibi Netanyahu – the inevitable chapter in every great leader's biography.
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Convoy Headed to Jerusalem to Protest High Court’s Judicial Dictatorship

The demonstrators insisted that this was merely the latest action in a long history of undemocratic and biased political activism by the court.

Gantz’s Mandate Ends Monday Night, What Will Israel’s President Do Next?

President Rivlin's options are to decide how much time pressure he should put on the coalition negotiations.

Interview with Former Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein

Outgoing Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein has a lot to say about the events of the past few months. Having recently become the first Knesset Speaker in history to resign, he says he's learned to stand up for his principles, even if it comes at a price.

Blue&White to Appeal Edelstein’s Resignation to the High Court

Edelstein's resignation thwarted the possibility of holding a vote for a new Speaker until Monday.

Bennett Slams Arab MK Who Blamed IDF for PA’s Indiscriminate Anti-Virus Spraying

"MK Aida Touma-Suleiman, you are a liar, an anti-Semite and a scoundrel."

Ahmad Tibi: ‘Eretz Yisrael’ a Colonialist Term, ‘Judea and Samaria’ Disgusting

"I reject with disgust the phrase 'Judea and Samaria,' it is the Palestinian West Bank, in the occupied Palestinian territories."

Key Ya’alon Supporter Denounces Blue&White’s Plan for Parliamentary Coup d’État

"A government that would depend on the ill will of the [Arab] List from the outside is even worse than having the Arab List as part of the coalition," Heitner argued.

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