Former Education minister Naftali Bennett canceled a standing requirement to inform parents about the appearance of Orthodox organizations in their children’s school
Prof. Yeshayahu Talmon of the Technion protested the conduct of far-right education ministers Naftali Bennett and Rafi Peretz
The main bone of contention was the ranking of Kahanist far-right Otzma Yehudit party members on the United Right slate headed by Ayelet Shaked
Premier objects to the prospect that Shaked, who now heads Hayamin Hehadash, could be given the top spot on a joint slate with the Union of Right Wing Parties
Peretz's merger with center-rightist Levi-Abekasis has enraged Labor’s base and could consign it to the dustbin of history, much to Netanyahu’s delight
Former Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked Takes Helm of Party She Founded With Bennett, Urges Right Wing to Join Forces
Shaked urges parties to the right of Netanyahu's Likud to join forces as she takes leadership of Hayemin Hahadash
Former education minister fears merging with far-right political alliance will drive voters away, says 'won’t let us hold repeat election again'
Each one of the prime minister's cabinet appointments would shame any enlightened and democratic country. Now ministers are wondering, has the magician lost his touch?
The Masar Institute for Education in Nazareth has denounced a required online course for delegations abroad; questions include 'What is demonization?'
Shaked says she doesn't rule out rejoining her former party Habayit Hayehudi, but will 'absolutely not' try to return to politics with Naftali Bennett
Even after Netanyahu capriciously forced collective suicide upon the newly elected Knesset, he still managed to push through his choice for state comptroller
In a survey conducted by newspaper Makor Rishon, 40 percent of religious Zionists said they would vote for the former justice minister, while only 19 percent expressed support for her partner, Naftali Bennett
Meretz weighs joint slate with Arab-majority party, while five right-wing parties are in union talks
After firing Shaked and Bennett, the premier said they would be replaced within 48 hours, but Likud says it wants to discuss with other parties before making a decision
The premier fired Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett out of long-standing vengefulness, but there's a chance he may need to put up with them in his next government
The two ministers remained in security cabinet after Israel's April election, despite their party failing to pass the electoral threshold ■ Bennett says he plans to run again without specifying whether he would be joined by Shaked
Outgoing education minister, whose party didn't make it into new Knesset, gave a final speech at official event marking the end of Independence Day celebrations
366,016 votes went to parties that did not pass the electoral threshold, amounting to 8.49 percent of all valid votes
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'
Election committee gave Hayamin Hehadash access to ballots after party failed to make it into the Knesset, blaming irregularities
After splitting from Habayit Hayehudi, the two superstars were never forgiven for leaving their activists behind
Contradictory reports by elections committee cause confusion about whether or not Hayamin Hehadash passes threshold; Bennett demands recount
The party that founded the State of Israel, and which for much of Likud's years in power was the only one with potential to replace it, has fallen to new lows
Education Minister Bennett tells supporters not to give up hope after Channel 11 and 12 show Hayamin Hehadash will not make it into next Knesset
Extremely Jewish & Incredibly Unified: Libertarianism, Messianism and the Battle Over the Israeli Right
This election, Israel’s far right discovered that it’s not alone in the world. So, how can you tell the difference between Netanyahu and Bennett, Feiglin and Smotrich? A week spent following the far-right leaders shows how blurred the lines have become
Sara Netanyahu slam reporters who work for pro-settler, religious news website as 'leftists,' saying they ‘work for Bennett,’ and taking aim at Israel's justice minister: ‘You call that a pretty woman?’
IN PHOTOS Election Campaign Just Got a Lot Darker: Israeli Designer Draws Candidates in the Underworld
Designer Jan Clayman drew the heroes of the Israeli election campaign as eyeless zombies: 'Most of them don't see us, we're nothing to them,' he explains
Letter obtained by Channel 12 News shows Netanyahu's wife tried to collect damaging information on Bennett and his 'left-wing, secular' wife ahead of the 2013 election