Right-wing Habayit Hayehudi ministers Bennett and Shaked accuse Netanyahu of destroying Israel's power of deterrence over fears of legal consequences
Habyit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett slams security services for 'preferring rights of Palestinians over security of settlers,' as 200 protesters demand legalization of West Bank housing
Diaspora Affairs Minister Bennett says the problem with the Diaspora is growing assimilation and 'indifference' to Jewishness and to Israel
Opinion Netanyahu’s Attempt to Smear Rival’s Wife Shows He Still Doesn’t Understand His Religious Allies
It’s not rare for religious politicians to act in a non-religious way in their private lives. Did Netanyahu actually think he would gain votes by revealing that Naftali Bennet’s wife had worked in a non-kosher restaurant?
Five years. That’s the time period for Habayit Hayehudi party leaders Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked to try to take over Likud and run as a team for Israeli prime minister
Netanyahu tried to get Walla News to publish a report claiming Naftali Bennett's wife worked in a non-kosher restaurant, the Israel Television News Company reported ■ Bennett fires back: 'I feel sorry for you'
Lieberman and Bennett failed to impose a new paradigm on how to deal with Hamas, but more and more people in Israel are recognizing that compromises and concessions have only led to more violence
So perhaps Israel should drop an atomic bomb, and end it, once and for all?
The Council for Higher Education's allowing of gender separation throughout university campuses is no necessary evil, even if it helps integrate the country's ultra-Orthodox community
Israel’s democracy, a marvel compared to its neighbors, is imperfect, tenuous and besieged. In Rome, visiting the most iconic symbol of Jewish exile and captivity, I doubted for the first time that Israel would survive a serious test of its freedoms