Meretz and the Israel Women’s Network sued the city after it banned an election poster featuring Meretz leader Tamar Zandberg
Contrary to past statements, Benny Gantz is heard in recording saying he would also form a coalition with ultra-Orthodox parties if need be
The amendment to the Basic Law that disqualified Otzma Yehudit's Michael Ben Ari was originally drafted by the right to be used against Arab parties and their candidates
If he leads the next government, the PM would need the backing of all coalition partners to spare him from standing trial in corruption cases
Israeli president says he will continue to speak up for Arab voters after criticism he suffered for protecting them following controversial comments by Netanyahu
Ofer Cassif, who rejects Israel as a Jewish state, was disqualified from running in the election by a panel of lawmakers, but attorney general opposes the ban
The rise of Moshe Feiglin, a far-right champion of legalization, has pulled pot to the fore in election campaigns. Where do the other political parties stand?
Rise of far-rightist moves others to join cannabis bandwagon ■ Netanyahu says Likud would hold on to education portfolio, sought after by the Union of Right-Wing Parties
Polls show Meretz barely reaching the electoral threshold. With a new slogan and hopes for 'upheaval,' the party hopes to bring change
PA finance minister Shukri Bishara said that most of the salary cuts will come from high-salary officials, and in all cases no official will receive a salary below $550
Special service held to mark the 30th anniversary of Women of the Wall, which falls on International Women's Day ■ Israel Police accuses Women of the Wall of provoking clashes, in which several women were hurt
Israeli Arab Slate, Far-left Candidate Banned From Election Hours After Kahanist Leader Allowed to Run
Arab political sources say the move is evidence of racism and the delegitimization of Arab society in Israel, accusing Netanyahu’s Likud party of anti-Arab incitement
Michael Ben Ari, who once said that those speak against Jews should be killed, is the chairman of Otzma Yehudit
Many of Otzma Yehudit’s leading figures were followers of the late Rabbi Meir Kahane, whose Kach movement was outlawed as a terrorist organization in the 1990s
With election in sight and draft indictment published, could coalition partners, who haven't been so keen on Likud's controversial bill, save the PM from corruption cases?
Even after the attorney general announced his decision to indict the prime minister, right-wing parties said they would join his coalition
Meanwhile, Labor chairman Avi Gabbay calls on Benny Gantz to declare he won't sit in a government with Netanyahu
Such advertising ‘would make it difficult for security officials to dispel concern over foreign interference in the election,’ committee chairman says
Petition urges Central Elections Committee to disqualify followers of outlawed rabbi from Knesset run
Israeli left-wing party calls for legislation to change tombstone at Meir Kahane Park that glorifies Goldstein, who killed 29 Muslim worshipers at the Tomb of the Patriarchs
In addition, Kulanu’s Moshe Kahlon was somewhat non-committal, but said he would recommend that Netanyahu be called upon to form the next government
While women are projected to be less well-represented, openly LGBT legislators and retired senior army officers are forecast to have a greater presence
Boat carrying group of tourists, all in their 60s and 70s, capsized in river in southern Chile ■ 14 evacuated to hospital with injuries ranging from light to serious
Arab-majority parties Hadash and Ta'al agree to run on joint slate ■ Habayit Hayehudi's number 3 quits after party joins forces with Kahanists
Joint slate will be named 'Blue and White.' Gantz will be prime minister for two and a half years before handing over reins to Lapid, who would serve as FM ■ Ex- IDF chief Gabi Ashkenazi joins unified roster ■ Likud blasts union: 'It's either their left-wing gov't or us'
Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz have just joined forces, forming a new center-left bloc. What does this mean for voters, and how can the new alliance tip the power balance?
Levi-Abekasis blasts Gantz, will go it alone ■ Green Leaf won't run ticket for first time in 20 years
Likud sources say the prime minister canceled the meeting in Moscow as main rival Gantz in talks with Yair Lapid to merge
Unified list would prevent 'the establishment of a leftist government, God forbid,' but other partners – still reluctant to join forces – have yet to agree
Maj. Gen. (res.) Tal Russo will be slated number 2 on the party's roster ■ Yisrael Beiteinu unveils Knesset slate