Or Akiva mayor Yaakov Edri is also suspected of extortion and making threats, as well as assault and battery
Responding to a protest by pro-Netanyahu activist, Kochavi says politicizing the pain of families who lost loved ones 'is a humane and moral red line that must not be crossed'
Analysis Netanyahu's Silence on His Supporters' Sickening Action Is Even More Malicious Than His Words
The prime minister issued a belated and meager condemnation of a demonstration outside the house of a bereaved family accused of opposing him. But just look at the organizer: What else would you expect?
Jewish leaders in Israel and the Diaspora ring the alarm about Netanyahu pushing radicals for key posts in global Jewish organizations. Could the Biden era stem the influence of Israel's ideological right?
12 others were arrested alongside the four-time minister, who is being charged with accepting bribes, fraud and breach of trust, conspiracy, money laundering and tax offenses
Osnat Mark opposed promoting one judge based on his assistance to asylum seekers, and another for acquitting a Palestinian for a non-fatal shooting attack over a decade ago
Coalition whip Miki Zohar fails to grasp why the State Prosecutor’s Office seems to believe that an elected official can't threaten the attorney general, however close he may be to royalty
Jewish leaders say appointment of Jacques Kupfer at World Zionist Organization is 'unacceptable,' request a criminal investigation against him
Public security minister calls on police to 'do all it can to strengthen public trust in it,' hinting it treats complaints having to do with Mendelblit unlike 'other public figures'
According to newest poll, if an election was held today, Likud would win 29 seats in the Knesset – two more than in the previous poll two weeks ago – at the expense of Naftali Bennett's Yamina
‘Who Needs So Many Arabs?’ Meet the Man Tasked With Improving Israel’s Ties With the Jewish Diaspora
Jacques Kupfer has called for the annexation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and often refers to the former U.S. president as ‘Hussein’ Obama. He’s about to be confirmed to a key position at the World Zionist Organization
Osnat Mark retracted her comments before a Knesset panel, but argued the fact that the Facebook post was fake 'doesn’t change anything'
But this week, one of them had a 'work accident' with worrisome consequences
Coalition whip MK Miki Zohar threatened Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit on Wednesday that if he did not close criminal cases against Netanyahu and resign, more tapes of him would be released
Naftali Bennett’s Yamina party is soaring in the polls, but stitching together an alternative coalition will prove more challenging
In private talks, Netanyahu’s main coalition partner says his party could vote for dissolving parliament, won’t rule out supporting right-wing leader Bennett for prime minister
Saying that there are incriminating tapes from a previous court case against Avichai Mendelblit that will be released, Miki Zohar demanded the attorney general drop Netanyahu's charges and resign
Knesset members are returning to a weak, faltering parliament that may well dissolve itself in late December as coalition parties' mutual distrust keeps legislation from passing
Miki Zohar says Kahol Lavan struck deal with the centrist Yesh Atid party to establish a minority government with an Arab party
As the opposition right-wing Yamina party continues to rise in polls, Netanyahu has changed his media tactics while Gantz's party has three battles planned for the near future
According to Channel 12 News survey, nearly half of Israelis back an early election, in which Netanyahu's party would remain the biggest in the Knesset, with right-wing opposition party only slightly behind
Analysis Violating Lockdown, Israel's Minister of Flouting May Become No. 1 Super-spreader Among Politicians
Chutzpah has been Likud Minister Gila Gamliel's middle name for a long time. But now, her behavior during the COVID-19 lockdown warrants a teachable moment for the aspiring education minister
Likud Minister Gila Gamliel intentionally misled health officials after traveling nearly 100 miles from her home to pray on Yom Kippur, but then apologized: 'It's possible I made an error in judgment'
MK Miki Haimovich says critical days lie ahead as tensions continue to escalate between coalition partners in the wake of Kahol Lavan minister's resignation
After a minister from his party quit the gov't and dissenting votes against curbing anti-Netanyahu protests, Gantz understands he can't keep walking the path of compromise with Netanyahu
Justice Ministry holds Likud and opposition party Yisrael Beiteinu responsible for the massive data leak, as they failed to safeguard the voter registry in the March election
His serial violation of coronavirus restrictions imposed on the public breaks the unofficial 11th Commandment