Likud's Yoav Kish is capitalizing on the new list preventing entry into Israel by boycott activists, though a Knesset colleague decries the 'flood of fascist legislation'
Communications Minister Kara calls African refugees 'sanitation hazard.' He is a crude racist
The main opposition party, the Zionist Union, falls to 14 seats. Separately, 62% of respondents say taxpayers shouldnt be paying for security for Netanyahus two grown children
Analysis With Shabbat Bill, Netanyahu's Likud Isn't Shooting Itself in the Foot. It's Shooting Itself in the Head
The attempt to expel a lawmaker from the party for abstaining from the unpopular supermarkets bill vote proves that Netanyahu cares only about his own survival
MK Sharren Haskel, who announced that she will not vote for a bill barring stores from opening on Shabbat, says the party is engaging in 'bullying conduct'
In the run-up to the next election, Likud and other parties in the cabinet have been going crazy with populist bills like the one to impose the death penalty on terrorists
While most Likud ministers support the move, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not commented; however, he hasn't prevented the vote, which he did with contentious issues in the past
Amid the graft probes into Netanyahu and speculation a new election might be called, Natan Eshel questions Moshe Kahlon's ability to lead
Likud has turned into something akin to a civil junta whose leaders are drowning in criminal probes, and spend their time plotting against their interrogators and prosecutors
Benny Katzover says he has spoken up after 25 years because he can no longer tolerate similar mendacity by Netanyahu today