Tibi reached an agreement with Likud soon after the elections that he would give up one of Hadash-Ta'al's seats in the Knesset Finance Committee for a deputy speaker role.
The signs, posted by the right-wing Israel Victory Project ahead of the upcoming Israel elections, bore the caption “This is how a picture of victory will look.”
Chairman MK Aymen Odeh did not close the door on the possibility of endorsing Yair Lapid or Benny Gantz to form the next government.
MK Nir Orbach has not yet made a final decision whether to leave the coalition, and if he remains others will follow suit, Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman said in a Beersheba event.
Ahmad Tibi explains why he accomplished more than Mansour Abbas and questions whether there will be an Arab party in the coalition again any time soon.
Yesh Atid MK Merav Ben-Ari leaves Knesset rostrum in tears following MK Tibi's remarks.
Opposition MKs Ahmad Tibi and Ofer Cassif were both involved in high-profile incidents with police forces last week.
The Investigations and Intelligence Division contacted the police districts where MKs were documented in violent interactions with Israel Police, asking for all materials to be transferred.
Changing the law would require the support of 61 MKs.
Joint List Mk Tibi wrote to US Secretary of State Blinken in favor of reopening a consulate in the capital that serves the Palestinian Authority.