Coalition split over setting up such a committee, though three coalition parties – Likud, Habayit Hayehudi and Yisraeli Beiteinu – are all vying to chair such a panel
Israel has been in an ongoing state of emergency since its founding in 1948. But many of the country's 'emergency' orders have nothing to do with security
Avi Gabbay reaffirms his support for two-state solution after anti-Arab comments cause storm, but says: 'We should avoid uprooting Jews from their homes'
Attempts underway to revise so-called 'NGO Bill' could face tough legal test but sources say Breaking the Silence would be under threat
Present version of bill would not apply retroactively to Netanyahu, but by calling new elections, Netanyahu could get around that and protect himself from criminal investigations
Speaking during a Bible study session, the PM noted that the fabled Hasmonean kingdom only survived for about 80 years before being conquered by the Romans
After losing out in the race for Zionist Union party chairman to Avi Gabbay, venture capitalist-turned-MK Erel Margalit announces resignation from Knesset
Most handicapped activists denounce highway blockages by those displeased with deal reached to end daily protests
Not a single member of cabinet attend the state ceremony for Israel's fallen in the Yom Kippur War, held at Jerusalem's Mount Herzl
PM blames career bureaucrats for woes of Europe in order to justify bill that would allow ministers to appoint cronies to carry out their agenda.