She said an 'artificial extension' of Herzog's term was unconstitutional and undemocratic, and that it would mean the party would face an extended 'destructive' primary campaign at the height of the public's 'crisis of confidence' with it.
The closure was imposed on June 9 after it was found that the perpetrators of the terror attack on the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv had come from Yatta.
Brig.-Gen. Ofek Buchris has been charged 16 counts of rape, sodomy and committing an indecent act. His former commander says he's a hero.
Rabbi Yigal Levinstein has left no stone unturned in his attempts to open a new front against the military, but Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot seems to have won the latest bout.
The Kedmi panel that investigated the disappearance of Yemenite children in the nascent State of Israel did not take seriously the allegations that they were abducted and avoided casting responsibility on state institutions.
Hagai Amit made a bid to reignite the spirit of the social protest. The masses prefer their smartphones.
The prime minister has shamelessly set out to annihilate free press – zeroing in on one newspaper in particular – Yedioth Ahronoth. Members of his cabinet step in to teach him a lesson on the constraints of power.
As Erdogan tightens his grip, the legacy of the leader who became the symbol of secularism is fading, the military elite is crumbling and fear is spreading in the academy.
Reductions would amount to under 1% of gross income for a typical tax-paying households.
Private experts say Israel's methods are enough to provide often basic alerts regarding potential attackers, then require follow-up investigation.
American director Whit Stillman and novelist Jane Austen seemed like a match made in heaven, but this period comedy-drama fails to live up to other adaptations of her works.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.