Ran Baratz's harsh comments come to light days before Netanyahu is slated to meet with Obama for the first time in over a year.
According the contentious bill, children of divorced parents will not be automatically given to the mother.
Knesset member Abu Arar calls on Defense Minister Ya’alon to release body of Muhannad al-Okbi, who allegedly killed soldier and wounded 11 bystanders, for burial.
Police suspect that the fireworks are imported to Israel legally and then sold on to Palestinians on the black market.
Knesset rules that visiting the Mount will be considered an ethical violation.
Justice Ministry-led bill lowers threshold for what constitutes incitement to violence or terror, and will allow state to file more indictments against alleged inciters.
NGOs receiving funding from foreign governments, the vast majority of which are on the left, could be required to mark their documents and representatives.
Centrist leader and outspoken Netanyahu critic says his Yesh Atid party was also offered education, justice and agriculture portfolios but refused in wake of policy differences.
MK Causes Storm With Criticism of Judge Justice Minister Says Israeli Courts Have Assumed Too Much Power
Ayelet Shaked rebukes fellow party member for harsh criticism of judge, saying no one is immune to criticism, but there is a way to pass it.
Coalition conditions its support on further discussion in the cabinet, leading to assessments that it wants to bury the bill.