United Torah Judaism chairman says his party won't back the 2019 Knesset budget without a new military draft bill
Chaim Levinson is a Haaretz correspondent, covering the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Previously, he was the Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities.
Levinson received his B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and is currently studying for his M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
Netanyahu Eyes Paying Settlers Millions for Leaving Illegal Outpost Built on Private Palestinian Land
Ruling coalition to convene to discuss 20 million shekel payout to 15 settlers from Netiv Haavot in the West Bank
Ministers from Netanyahu's Likud party also criticized Yair Lapid, who police revealed is a key witness, calling him a 'snitch' for testifying
White House Strongly Denies as 'False' Netanyahu's Claims of Talks With U.S. on Annexing West Bank Settlements
Netanyahu said he has been discussing Israeli annexation of West Bank settlements with Washington, but White House says 'Israel has never discussed such a proposal'
Washington was not pleased with Netanyahu's statement ■ Israeli officials clarify: Netanyahu never presented U.S. with specific annexation proposal
'Obama deported two million infiltrators and they didn't say anything,' Netanyahu says
Continuing with weekly tradition, Israelis participate in 'March of Shame' in Tel Aviv ■ Pro-BDS protesters expected, despite being pushed out in past
Disorder at government offices prevents most Eritreans and Sudanese from submitting their asylum application
Israel is trying to erase any trace of the information it has gone to great lengths to hide, but it has already been copied on other sites
Netanyahu Tells Putin: Iranian Missile Factories in Lebanon Are Already in Progress, We Won't Accept This Threat
Israel toughens rhetoric on Iran's missile plants in Lebanon, saying it will act if needed ■ Defense minister: 'Last thing I want is a third Lebanon war'
Despite Netanyahu's Claims, Legalization of Illegal Settlement Not Discussed at Weekly Cabinet Meeting
PM tells Likud ministers that the plan was always to debate the legalizing of Havat Gilad at next week’s meeting
Interior Minister Arye Dery says physicians employed by government should face repercussions after they criticized head of campaign to deport African asylum seekers
On the heels of a 'hard right turn', Gabbay responds to Likud's recent aims to annex parts of the West Bank and criticism within his party
United Torah Judaism lawmakers ask Netanyahu to 'call Lieberman to order' after the visit; Shas MK says he is ‘irresponsible and unworthy of being defense minister’
Post-Yair Netayahu Tape Scandal Justice Ministry Mulls Barring Civil Servants From Taping Each Other
The regulation would bar Israeli civil servants from making video or audio recording of their colleagues, except to expose sexual harassment and/or ethical violations
Lieberman also says 'hundreds of millions' coming from Iran to Gaza, and that Abbas is using Trump's Jerusalem decision to leave peace process
Ram Ben-Barak boosts the centrist partys security credentials, though Lapid says the new man will also fight the 'corruption and cronyism' that plagues Israel
The 41-year-old veteran of progressive politics says its time for Israel's left to 'fight back'
Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich, when still deputy head of the Shin Bet, tried to persuade then-director Yoram Cohen that the evidence was insubstantial and the polygraph tests of complainants inconclusive
Netanyahu's son was recorded telling an Israeli gas tycoon's son at a strip club: My dad set your dad up for $20b, give me $115 for a prostitute