Lieberman says he would vote against a 60-seat government: 'It's an ultra-Orthodox government that, instead of preserving Israel as a Jewish nation, will turn it into a halakha state'
The Union of Right-wing Parties, which includes Kahanist Otzma Yehudit, called to establish gender-segregated army units for religious men in coalition negotiations
Yisrael Beiteinu chief Avigdor Lieberman, who recommended Netanyahu to build the next coalition, demands 'victory' rather than an arrangement for Gaza as condition for joining the coalition
President Reuven Rivlin is expected to approve the request, meaning Netanyahu must complete the task by May 28
In the past decade, the unity government question became an integral part of the inaugural session, alongside the president’s address and the flower in the lapel. No longer
A series of special events will be held at the Knesset, in an attempt to imbue a regal and ceremonial atmosphere as 49 fresh members prepare to take their seats in the plenum
The prime minister's lawyers refuse to collect the massive evidence files until arrears fees are paid, but Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit says the preliminary hearing must take place by July 10 regardless
I still care for my sister, West Bank settler and supporter of Israel's most dangerous, tribalistic and virulent racists and fascists. Just hating the monster won't make it go away
Justice Hanan Melcer cites testimonies by Likud officials based on hidden cameras; calls on Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit to launch an investigation
The 21st Knesset will have more religiously observant lawmakers than before - but also more LGBTQ community members
French president congratulates prime minister for mandate to form government via a letter, follows Germany's Merkel lead in encouraging Israel to 'revive the Middle East peace process'
Israel's youngest voters were four times more likely to go for Netanyahu. But there's hope – in the most unexpected place
366,016 votes went to parties that did not pass the electoral threshold, amounting to 8.49 percent of all valid votes
Prime minister said before election that Likud would hold the education portfolio, but is now expected to renege and give it to Union of Right-Wing Parties
It may be easy for whites in the U.S. to install cameras in black neighborhoods – but how is it that cameras were installed by Likud supporters in Arab communities?
President Rivlin urged the PM to make all Israelis equal partners after election campaign, in which 'things were said that shouldn't have been said'
Government funding will cover pricey campaign costs for winning parties, but those who found themselves outside Knesset won't be so lucky
Prime minister dismisses criticism over possible appointment of confrontational justice minister, calls it 'threats'
President Reuven Rivlin is expected to task Netanyahu with forming the next government after a majority of 64 lawmakers recommended the premier to build the next coalition
Bennett Takes 'Full Responsibility' for Party's Failure to Enter Knesset After Final Election Results
A final recount has failed to substantiate Hayamin Hehadash's claim of vote-counting irregularities in last week's election ■ Bennett: 'I, and I alone, am responsible for the result'
What would have happened if only Israelis living inside the Green Line voted?