Israelis Tired of Teachers Preaching PoliticsSurvey finds 68% against politicized teachers like Adam Verete; survey chairman equivocates 'settler brainwashing.'
Bennett 'The Victor' After Controversial BillsAnalysts: Jewish Home party came out ahead after week of controversial law-making, including hareidi enlistment and 'referendum law'.
Lapid: Not All Politicians Are PerfectAccording to Finance Minister Yair Lapid, democracy is a great equalizer that lets even idiots take the reins of power.
Yair Lapid Bottoms Out Public Approval PollPoll ranking public approval of 23 ministers reveals surprises. Among them: Livni ranks above Netanyahu.
Presidential Candidate Rejects 'Racism' ChargesProfessor Dan Shechtman says Shas Chairman Aryeh Deri blew his comments about Mizrahi music out of proportion.
Likud MK Backs Bennett Over 'Jews in Palestine'MK Hotovely promises Likud rebellion over Netanyahu's 'political acrobatics' in interview with Arutz Sheva.
Education Ministry Lets Teachers Peddle PoliticsNew program allows teachers to pick their own topics, and express their own political opinions in student discussions.
Report: Amsalem Could Join the LikudRabbi Haim Amsalem, chairman of the Am Shalem movement, has been holding what are termed “intense discussions” with the Likud, reports say.
Haifa University Rejects Professor Over PoliticsUniversity board reportedly refuses to grant doctorate to Nobel Prize Winner Yisrael Aumann over pro-Zionist views.
Diskin’s Denial: I’m Not with PeresFormer Shin Bet head denies his attacks on Netanyahu are a prelude to going into politics with Peres.
Public Debate on J'lem Master Plan on SundayAs part of the 'Jerusalem 5800’ project, political candidates from all sides will weigh in on 30-year plan.
43.8% of Jews Favor Encouraging Arab EmigrationNumber is down from 50.7% in 2010. Poll shows 42% of Jews said that IDF soldiers should not be used to evict Jews from their homes.
Politician Changes Party Affiliation, Steps DownJerusalem politician sets an example by stepping down after switching to Likud. ‘I’m not a thief.’
PM: Officers May Not Discuss Politics in PublicTop IDF brass should not be voicing their political opinions in public, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said
Govt: UNESCO Lied, So Jerusalem Visit CanceledThe government on Monday informed UNESCO that a delegation that planned to visit Jerusalem was not welcome
New Poll: Bennett, Labor Tied for Knesset SeatsA new poll showed the Bayit Yehudi party would tie for the second largest Knesset faction with Labor, if elections were held today
Kadima Activist: Party 'Irrelevant,' Falling ApartOne of Kadima’s most vocal activists has quit, saying he has lost faith in the party and believes it is increasingly irrelevant.
Youth Leader: Ulpana is Just a SymptomThe threat to demolish the Ulpana neighborhood is just a symptom, says Yoni Shetbon.
The Fine Line Between Culture and PoliticsIsraeli and ‘Palestinian’ poets will be participating in an upcoming international Cultural Olympiad poetry festival.
Biden: Republicans Strong Enough to Beat UsU.S. Vice-President Joe Biden believes that the Republicans are strong enough to beat President Barack H. Obama in next year's elections.
Activist: Biden Pollard Comments an Election PloyUS VP Biden's insistence in keeping Jonathan Pollard in prison is just part of a cynical election ploy, says Republican activist Mark Zell.
Sewage Hits the Front PagesUsually, sewage treatment plants don't make the news. But in Judea and Samaria, even the most prosaic issues make international headlines.
Civil Service: Hire More ArabsIsrael must ensure that 10% of public workers are Arab, the new head of the Civil Service said Tuesday.