Bill scheduled to come up for final vote Monday evening; ban would also apply to those calling for boycotts of any Israeli institution.
Legislation headed for final approval on Monday, amended to potentially legalize homes in 16 more settlements than initially planned.
Gilad Erdan says 'we have to investigate not just what happened, but also who fanned the flames and incited everything that happened at Umm al-Hiran,' where a police officer and Israeli Arab resident were killed.
In a rare Q&A with lawmakers, Netanyahu also criticizes the criminal allegations against him and repeats claims that the November fires were caused by terror-motivated arson.
'The struggle against the individual user of cannabis is futile,' says former Anti-Drug Authority director.
Two lawmakers were removed from Knesset chambers after launching a verbal assault on MK Esawi Freige who said the rhetoric of early Nazi Germany is apparent today in the U.S. and in Israel.
Decision comes as defense officials say sensitive information in document, drawn up by state comptroller, still needs to be redacted.
Lawmaker Ayman Odeh targeted for his participation in protests at Bedouin village last week, where a policeman and Bedouin protester died.
Lawmakers requested prime minister’s attendance on January 9 but his office asked for postponement; new date set for January 30.
Ministers delay a vote on compromise suggested by MK Benjamin Begin which softens the original bill, by specifying that all of Israel's citizens would have equal rights regardless of their faith.