Oren Hazan

MK Oren Hazan

Even Oren Hazan's mother isn't voting for him?

"My mother is a senior politician in Likud, and has been with the Likud since before I was born," said Hazan.

Oren Hazan posing with a poster of his selfie with US President Donald Trump at the Leumiada

Oren Hazan to run as head of Tzomet, means to unite right-wing parties

Speaking to the Israeli people via his Facebook page, Hazan said he calls on "all true right parties that do not yield to American pressure" to join him.

Yet another feather in her cap

Not all the parties running in April’s Knesset elections have given the public a clear picture of where they stand on crucial issues which only adds to the confucion.

MK Oren Hazan hoists a trophy after winning the Knesset's backgammon tournament.

Oren Hazan - will he secure five seats in the next Knesset?

After failing to win a seat on the Likud list, the provocative politician means to lead own party in time for April elections.

Oren Hazan and his wife give birth to a baby boy.

Mazal tov, Oren Hazan! It’s a boy

Likud MK Oren Hazan and his wife, Rinat Kotkovsky, celebrate the birth Monday night of a baby boy.

Oren Hazan posing with a poster of his selfie with US President Donald Trump at the Leumiada

Scandal-prone MK Oren Hazan eyeing Otzma after Likud trouncing

Otzma Yehudit said “sources close to Oren Hazan” asked the party to consider running together.

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Oren Hazan confonts the families of terrorists from Gaza

Oren Hazan unlikely to serve in next Knesset

Hazan was a controversial MK, not only for his policies, but for how he used social networks, snapped selfies, and regularly made the most uncanny statements

IN PICTURES: Likudniks take Eilat for yearly convention

Likud members gather on Thursday for the annual convention in the southern city of Eilat, where they'll be asked where they stand should Netanyahu face court.

MK Pnina Tamano-Shata (Yesh Atid) [far left] joins President Reuven Rivlin [center]

Reuven Rivlin apologizes for Hazan's remarks to Pnina Tamano-Shata

During a Knesset House Committee meeting on Wednesday of last week, Hazan told the Ethiopian-born Tamano-Shata that she was only a “token immigrant.”

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