The legislature is celebrating the Irgun, which has been criticized for attacking civilians.
Until now, employers had no obligation to allow a new father any time off for the birth, and employees were dependant on their employer’s good will.
Netanyahu, Public Security Minister Indefinitely Ban All Israeli Lawmakers From Visiting Temple Mount
Move follows recent spate of violence at Jerusalem flashpoint holy site.
Lieberman has long opposed an Israeli apology to Ankara • Habayit Hayehudi ministers Bennett and Shaked still undecided • Opposition leader Herzog accuses Netanyahu of 'groveling' before Turkey.
Opponents say that even pared-back version of controversial legislation will tarnish Israel’s image.
Controversial bill would end near-automatic custodial rights of the mother for children younger than six-years-old.
'This is a historic day for adoptees; Finally we’ll be able to talk about ourselves with pride, without being considered lawbreakers,' says one of the leaders of the struggle to overturn the law.
Ya'alon Takes on Coalition Chair: 'Political Attempts to Destroy Defense Establishment Are Shameful'
Coalition chairman David Bitan says 'something happens' to those who head Mossad and Shin Bet that 'makes them left-wing.'
Amona, which was built on private Palestinian property, must be razed by the end of 2016, Israel's top court ruled.
A clause in Israel’s Adoption Law makes it a criminal offense for an adoptee or an adoptive parent to reveal that fact. New bill would allow adoptees to decide for themselves whether to make the information public, eliminating the need to obtain a court order.