The bill, which passed first reading, would enable such dogs to be confined at home
Military court denies appeal by Sgt. Elor Azaria, who killed a wounded Palestinian attacker in Hebron last year ■ Eisenkot: IDF will continue to learn from Azaria case
Sgt. Elor Azaria, who killed an incapacitated Palestinian assailant in Hebron, was 'unreliable,' judge says ■ Court rejects prosecution's appeal seeking harsher sentence ■ Lieberman and Bennett call on family to request pardon
At risk are right-wingers’ goals to annex the settlement Ma’aleh Adumim, expand Jerusalem’s footprint to increase its Jewish majority, and declare Israel the nation-state of the Jewish people
Both Likud and Kulanu parties agree not to submit controversial bills during Knesset winter session for fear of causing governing coalition to fall
New legislation aims to bolster the capital’s Jewish majority, while stopping short of applying Israeli law to the settlements
In first Knesset committee meeting on contested nation-state bill, opposition says legislation is a result of a 'lack of self-confidence'
Israel's Education Minister to Arab Lawmakers: You're Either Normal Israelis or Terrorists, So Choose
In Knesset speech, Bennett calls to end policy of 'handing out carrots to Palestinians,' says Arab MKs have 'poured fuel on the fire' with Temple Mount crisis
Prime minister was supposed to attend the ceremonial opening meeting to signal his support of the controversial legislation
Opposition's Tzipi Livni blasts legislation: 'The nation-state bill in its current version, without the word ‘equality,’ is a chauvinistic law that contravenes the Declaration of Independence'