Top Jewish figures are concerned that Netanyahu and Ambassador Dermer are harming bipartisan support for Israel. Senior official: 'When the prime minister seems like he is literally hugging Trump, that goes beyond diplomatic relationships.'
If security considerations permit it, from the end of June, Jewish and Muslim lawmakers will be allowed to visit the flashpoint site.
Comments from United Torah Judaism's Moshe Gafni come after he formally told Netanyahu that ultra-Orthodox parties oppose any initiative to bring elections forward.
Israeli education minister reacts to Haaretz report that Yedioth Ahronoth ran a story slamming Bennett over sluggish development of daycare facilities as a 'goodwill gesture' to the Netanyahu.
The two met twice in an effort to end their dispute over the public broadcaster, but according to a senior Likud official, 'The possibility of going to elections still exists.'
Moshe Kahlon enabled the establishment of the worst government in Israel's history - and someone who lives with pyromaniacs shouldn't be surprised if they torch his affordable housing.
With early elections in the air, Netanyahu and Finance Minister Kahlon issued a plan for cutting taxes. But their dispute over Israel's new public broadcaster put their promise on the back burner.
The plan would allow every minister whose ministry employs at least 150 people to name one deputy director general as a personal political appointment.
Netanyahu and Minister Kahlon meet alone for first time since the public broadcasting crisis erupted, but reach no agreement.
Reports that media mogul Arnon Mozes presented Netanyahu with evidence that he had acted on his behalf against a political rival upgrades the men's taped conversations from mere gossip to criminal realm.