Israeli MKs, many of whom have been opposed to the religious sector of Israel’s newest coalition government, rallied against Kisch’s comments.
"I fund the ultra-Orthodox indirectly through the taxes I pay and I don't want to fund them directly as well," said the Tel Aviv restaurant owner.
No sane person would trust a doctor who took a crash course to perform open heart surgery on a loved one, so why would anyone trust a therapist with a CliffsNotes education?
What began as a demonstration quickly descended into chaos as rioters attempted to damage the cellphone store and attacked police officers.
The rapid growth of the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) population and resultant expansion of haredi political power might eviscerate Israel’s democratic nature.
Can we still fight the disenfranchisement that spews from the mouths of our newly elected representatives, or should we throw in the towel and start over somewhere else?
Benjamin Netanyahu has empowered messianic forces for whom the democratic Israel envisaged by the Zionist forefathers is anathema.
Health Minister Deri ordered the rapid implementation of a number of steps meant to combat obesity and diabetes.
"These fools. This donkey is lowering the tax on sugary drinks. Moron. Our country is number one in diabetic amputations. Over 10% of the population."
Ben-Gvir responded to Gafni's accusations by saying that he should find it "inappropriate to preach morals."