'Petition achieved its goals,' says Meretz after Col. Eyal Krim released clarifications of statements on women and gays.
'When people are in a complicated position, they have problems with their memory,' Avigdor Lieberman says in response to predecessor Moshe Ya'alon's call to probe the scandal.
Knesset okays bill waiving need to record suspected terrorists' interrogations; only Arab lawmakers opposed, saying 'bill will give security interrogator total immunity.'
Avichai Mendelblit says measure would violate international law barring countries from applying its own lies to land beyond its borders.
New clause added to prevent mosque loudspeaker broadcasting of the call to prayer in the early morning hours, but would not prevent the sounding of a siren to announce the beginning of Shabbat. Watered down bill may prove to be toothless.
Likud’s Yoav Kish is responding to a call by Meretz’s Tamar Zandberg, who says she won't buy products from the settlements.
Children’s age for automatic maternal custody will be reduced from 6.
MK Yoav Kish wants Knesset procedures changed so members who support boycott of settlements can be suspended from the plenum and committees.
In response to Meretz petition, justices demand affidavit clarifying Col. Eyal Krim's past contentious remarks, including calling gays 'sick' and terrorists 'animals.'
Scandal 'exposes a government that operates like a submarine in the darkness,' lawmaker Tzipi Livni says. Netanyahu: 'Slow down, I'll still be around for a long time'