Lawmakers requested prime minister’s attendance on January 9 but his office asked for postponement; new date set for January 30.
Ministers delay a vote on compromise suggested by MK Benjamin Begin which softens the original bill, by specifying that all of Israel's citizens would have equal rights regardless of their faith.
There's no question that the prime minister will be forced to resign; the only thing open to debate is when it's going to happen.
Public security minister tells Haaretz: Arab leaders are sending a message of violence, he has proof that Bedouin ramming attack was terrorism.
Even though Basel Ghattas was filmed smuggling cellphones to jailed terrorists, Israeli parliament’s legal advisor says this does not constitute proof of security crimes.
Premier must be totally devoted to his job, without distractions, explains David Amsalem.
New to the latest iteration of the bill, written by Likud MK Benny Begin, is a clause guaranteeing equal rights to all of Israel's citizens.
Gabbay eyes Labor leadership, slams government coalition for silence in face of investigations of Netanyahu.
By allowing its lawmakers to raise their hands in favor of the law and bring about Basel Ghattas’ ouster, the faction has brought upon itself a shame that will never be forgotten.
'It is true that there were arguments, but it is also true that that is perfectly natural when it comes to friends,' Dan Shapiro tells Knesset members.