In an off-the-record interview with Arutz Sheva, a Cabinet minister warned that Education Minister Bennett's jibes come with a high price.
Former Army Radio commander says that leading up to Gaza evacuation, the plan's opposers were deliberately denied airtime on 'Kol Yisrael'.
Opening Cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu calls for France to recognize that terror in Israel is same as terror in France.
Ex-Defense Minister Ya'alon also accuses Israel's leadership of engaging in "petty politics" and being interested purely in its own political survival.
Threats, finger-pointing abound as Coalition and Opposition battle out bill for two-year budget on several fronts.
Netanyahu appeared before the committee in his capacity as Foreign Minister, to respond to a State Comptroller report criticizing the government's public diplomacy and boycott-battling efforts.
His comments came in response to Netanyhu's remarks on Monday about claims made by some, including Bennett, that his government was unprepared for the threat of cross-border tunnel raids from Gaza.
Palestinian Authority urges Arab League to help prepare legal file against UK government over nearly 100-year-old letter.
Public negotiating congress aims to reach solution.
48 join in support against administrative detention.
Jerusalem Municipality decides to advance 770 new Jewish homes in its Gilo neighborhood, which is located over the Green Line.
MK Dov Khenin, the sole Jewish representative in the Joint List party, on Friday said that his party's statement this week which backed Hezbollah after Gulf States blacklisted it as a terrorist organization was “badly written”.
Latest poll shows big gains for Yesh Atid, Jewish Home. Likud, Kulanu, and Zionist Union continue to decline.
Abbas meets visiting Vice President, but fails to condemn terrorist attacks despite earlier criticism by Biden.
Ofir Akunis declares more aggressive measures needed to counter cruel, barbaric terror onslaught, Livni calls for restraint.
A large majority of Israelis feel the government isn't handling the current terror wave properly, a new poll finds.
63% of Israeli Jews identify with right-wing/religious parties, only 16% identify with Left; just 30% believe 'settlements' harm Israel.
Netanyahu ridicules Joint List MKs over their support for Hezbollah: "Did you fall and hit your heads?"
MK Erel Margalit attacks Labor chairman for his refusal to hold primaries, as faction meeting turns ugly.
White House spokesman says the Americans learned from the media that Netanyahu is canceling his visit.