MK Basel Ghattas accused of handing the phones to Palestinian prisoners has been under house arrest since last week after his parliamentary immunity was lifted.
A Likud lawmaker blasts police for 'political persecution' of the prime minister.
Annexation of Ma'aleh Adumim is a divisive issue in the coalition, mainly due primarily to the anticipated reaction of the international community.
The Press Ordinance of 1933 gave the Interior Ministry the right to deny new papers a license to operate.
Bill initiated in wake of Haaretz report that Justice Minister Shaked accepted contribution from lobbyist and later advanced his client’s interests.
The two big ultra-Orthodox parties say they won't block the legislation initiated by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.
The Knesset approved the motion in a preliminary vote, while Likud MK Oren Hazan accused his Israeli Arab colleagues of being disloyal.
A statement from Netanyahu's office accuses the U.S. Secretary of State of obsessing about settlements while Education Minister Naftali Bennett reaffirms his rejection of a two-state solution. On the left, politicians welcome Kerry's remarks.
'When you have nothing substantial to do, you make work for yourself,' MK Karin Elharar tells Knesset committee's session on parliament's relations with executive branch.
Yair Lapid, head of centrist Yesh Atid, joins hard-right lawmakers backing the bill, claiming Breaking the Silence could undermine students' motivation to serve in the army.