Opposition leader Livni: Avnery planted the idea of peace before it was part of the public discourse
Why was the old law overturned, what is the bill's new formulation, and could Netanyahu call early elections?
PM gives Knesset two weeks to pass law; if not, the target for an election date is in mid-February
Few Jewish lawmakers attend Arab-led demonstration, while culture minister says march proves 'cooperation between left and Israeli Arabs who want another country'
Knesset speaker calls opposition leader Livni's speech 'a disgrace'
Speaker Yuli Edelstein only signed the letter after getting it translated into Hebrew by Knesset staff
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin, who shepherded passage of the law through the Knesset, tells Haaretz he insisted the value of equality not be included in the legislation because it would undermine the Law of Return
The bill, which goes to the Knesset for a vote, defines 'consumption of prostitution' as an administrative offense and would impose a 1,500 shekel fine on prostitution clients
The proposed law would levy a fine on offenders during a temporary five-year ban on paying for prostitution
Some Druze representatives say Netanyahu is trying to implement a policy of 'divide and conquer' ■ Netanyahu: Anyone who serves in the military should be eligible for benefits ■ PM plan includes passing Basic Law for Druze
'Abolish This Sin': Amoz Oz, David Grossman and Hundreds of Israeli Intellectuals Slam Nation-state Law
Intellectuals fire at Netanyahu: 'You have been steadily eroding the foundations of our state'
'The law oppresses me and the population that sent me to the Knesset,' Zouheir Bahloul says about the contentious legislation
'These are our blood brothers,' Education Minister Naftali Bennett tweeted but said he still stands behind his decision to support the controversial legislation
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked makes promise after new batch of Eritrean army recruits say they expect to serve 18 months
Zionist Union Avi Gabbay and Livni agree the two would run jointly in the next election
The lawmakers argue that the Nation-State Law violates basic rights such as the right to equality, and deems that non-Jewish minorities have no status in the state
The law is significantly softer than the original legislation and is mostly symbolic
62 lawmakers vote in favor of the bill after a stormy debate ■ Arab lawmakers tossed out after they tear bill in protest, call it 'apartheid law'
Only on Sunday the PM said he'd like to see the law amended during the current Knesset's term
The legislation would lower the status of Arabic and encourage the establishment of communities for Jews only