Tweet by Yair Netanyahu claimed Lieberman 'accidentally uncovered' coup attempt with veteran Likud member Yuli Edelstein after the former pitted him as perfect candidate for Likud leadership in a TV interview
Avigdor Lieberman's party meeting in Tel Aviv hummed with excitement, anticipation and newfound contempt for Netanyahu
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
Both Kahol Lavan and Likud projected to lose seats to smaller parties in September
The prime minister has handed his rivals a gift they could never have dreamed of
The Yisrael Beiteinu leader also went after opposition party Kahol Lavan, saying that the only chance they could form a government is 'at the North Pole with the bears'
The chairman of Yisrael Beiteinu failed to live up to pledges he made as defense minister, but his party did initiate and promote multiple hard-line laws
The Kulanu leader’s link-up with Netanyahu was only the latest in a series of moral implosions that belied his good-guy image
The controversy surrounding Gil Messing constitutes the first leadership crisis for the new chief of staff, less than four months after he took up the position
Haaretz exposed that Gil Messing, tapped as new spokesman, was an agent in the investigation of Yisrael Beiteinu, whose leader, Avigdor Lieberman, is eyeing a return as defense minister
The timing of the appointment of Gil Messing as spokesman is particularly sensitive because he was an agent in the investigation of Yisrael Beiteinu, whose leader, Avigdor Lieberman, is eyeing a return as defense minister
Gil Messing helped record key figures in corruption case against Yisrael Beiteinu
Yisrael Beiteinu party leader Avigdor Lieberman is making legislation requiring ultra-Orthodox conscription a condition to joining the government
Shas, Yisrael Beiteinu, Meretz, Kulanu and three others are all at risk of electoral obliteration on April 9. Their survival or demise will help determine the next government
A defeat of such of motion would have required the opposition to wait another six months to reintroduce it, so the opposition is waiting for a more opportune time, one source said
A modern nation of laws isn’t supposed to act based on revenge. Its legal system is founded on decency, justice and equality, not primitive concepts like hatred
Education minister, who heads Habayit Hayehudi party, says country has made the mistake of thinking there is no solution to terrorism
Ex-defense chief's initiative will encourage kidnappings and undermine efforts to combat terror, Shin Bet official says at hearing for the proposed legislation
'If the bill passes, there will be two bodies in the world that claim to have international jurisdiction on religious matters – the chief rabbinate, and ISIS,' says lawmaker
Orli Levi-Abekasis manages to protect her reputation even when she’s deep in the muck. But would she join a center-left government or a right-wing nationalist one?
Bill sponsored by Yisrael Beiteinu would allow military courts to sentence a terrorist to death even if the decision is not unanimous
Stas Misezhnikov of party Yisrael Beiteinu was convicted of funding a college festival in return for a job for his girlfriend
Finkelstein advised an array of right-wing politicians around the world, from U.S. Republicans to Benjamin Netanyahu
Indictment filed against former Deputy Minister Faina Kirshenbaum and 10 defendants associated with Defense Minister Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu party.
Yisrael Beiteinu MKs slam expedited Interior Ministry procedure for repatriating the foreigners, aimed to fight so-called asylum tourism
The legislation, however, has not yet been run by the governing coalition; a key committee meets on the matter Sunday.
Cases against Afula mayor Yitzhak Meron and Moshe Leon, a close associate of Lieberman, were closed for lack of evidence. 16 other cases still stand.
The corruption charges against Yisrael Beiteinu bigwigs can open the door for true leaders of the community, even if Russian-speakers don’t have their ‘own party’ anymore.
Crisis around railway work on Saturday could spark sweeping ban on shops, unless cabinet strikes down city bylaw before anticipated committee, High Court decisions.