Israel does have a problem of governability, but that has nothing to do with gate-keepers but rather with sections of three major population groups in Israel.
Some 200 settlers in 2005 might have tearfully bid goodbye to the picturesque community which they thought of a 'little Switzerland,' but many of them never gave up on the vision of a return.
MK Itamar Ben-Gvir called Ra'am Party head Mansour Abbas a terrorist and the crowd loudly chanted the slur "terrorist" multiple times.
We can all agree that a passive protester exercising his democratic right to protest government policy doesn't deserve to be pounced upon.
The date of the Jerusalem protest marks the 30th day since Palestinian gunmen killed Yehuda, 25, as he left the Homesh hilltop.
The legislative process was one of the most brutal, nondemocratic, politicized processes in Knesset history and the consequences for the State of Israel will be irrevocable.
Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan: "The people of Israel will not let this thing continue, the people of Israel will replace the government with a national government."
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett slammed Golan - a member of his coalition - and said that the residents of Judea and Samaria were the modern day pioneers of Israel.
The east Jerusalem plans include 1,200 homes for a new neighborhood called "lower aqueduct."
There are some 100 outposts in Judea and Samaria, most of which are similar to established settlements, but lack authorization.