While the lively gathering certainly added a bit of spice to the news, coverage of the Amona outpost evacuation gave a boost to the popular notion that 'the people' as a whole have swung rightward.
In response, Naftali Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi party says Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz should 'get back to dealing with traffic jams.'
Taking a page from the settlers' handbook Israeli doves are joining Israel's ruling party in growing numbers, in hopes of bringing about the change that eludes them in national polls.
Even the Holocaust is able to generate indifference and estrangement once it is removed from our narrative framework of victimhood, heroism and revival.
Likud held a weekend bash on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In a sense, that's a welcome change in the way an Israeli institution treats the Shoah.
While the world marks January 27 as International Holocaust Day, Israel's ruling Likud party will be in the throes of a weekend entertainment event in Eilat.
The highly unusual visit of Nicolas Bay was deliberately kept quiet, as Israel officially boycotts the National Front, whose members harbor anti-Semitic views.
Gilad Erdan makes allegations against Arab citizens without any proof. He's leading an incitement campaign.
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.
A day before Donald Trump is to be sworn in, Mayor Nir Barkat urges Israelis in a video posted on Facebook, to sign a letter thanking the new U.S. president for his pledge to move the American embassy to Jerusalem.