At the weekly meeting of coalition party heads, PM says he is not interested in new elections for now because of the draft law
In throwing the government a lifeline by voting for the ultra-Orthodox army draft bill, Lapid broke the first rule of what it means to be in the opposition
The ultra-Orthodox threaten to quit the coalition if the bill passes as is; the military won't agree to exempt every yeshiva student. Elections seem to be right around the corner
Lapid has apparently forgotten that his party carries the banner for “sharing the military burden,” and that he is one of the leaders of the opposition
The Yesh Atid leader wants the Israeli public to shut up and perpetuate lies about the occupation just to protect Israel's public diplomacy efforts
'The chief of staff and the army are behind it and what’s more important — it will lead to more Haredi men being drafted and joining the workforce,' Lapid says
Viktor Orbán apologized for his attack on George Soros but has persisted in his anti-Semitic credo and Israel's shouldn't legitimize it, says Tamar Zandberg
Former national security adviser Uzi Arad says PM used American intermediaries to propose plan for territorial exchange involving Jordan, Saudi Arabia: 'Netanyahu ran indirect negotiations with Assad, the psychopathic son, over leaving the Golan'
'In the chain of human pain, I’m a link on the side of the oppressed, I’m the legitimate son of Jews who were oppressed in Europe and of all the sufferers of this world'
In Women's Day Speech, Israeli Minister Tells Female Lawmakers: 'Stop Whining, or You Won't Be Leaders'
What it takes to be a leader, MK mansplains to Knesset plenum, is to be 'feminist, not to constantly complain about deprivation'