According to a new poll, the bloc led by Benjamin Netanyahu would fall to 60 seats if Bayit Hayehudi does not enter the next Knesset.
From the Galon-Shaked debate on the best name for an album cover to the Likud's use of a sinkhole as a jab at political opponents, fun was had by all.
Israel's Religious Zionist Party leader MK Bezalel Smotrich adds anti-LGBT MK Avi Maoz of the Noam Party to his list.
The two stuck together through thick and thin for over a decade, but it seems that in the jungle that is Israeli politics, their roads have finally diverged.
Mainstream Rabbi Druckman backs Religious Zionist Party, a union of the hardline National Union and ultra-nationalist, Kahanist Otzma Yehudit, but excludes the religious-Zionist party Bayit Yehudi
Netanyahu set to reserve slots for Levy-Abecassis, Hirsch
Effort underway to unite religious Zionists without Bennett
First woman ever to head a religious party * Smotrich invited her to discuss having their parties run together in the elections.
Yamina set to split on Tuesday
National Union leader Bezalel Smotrich called upon Bayit Yehudi to merge with his party before it elects a new leader.