Yoav Kisch

Publisher takes victory lap as deregulation of book prices kicks in

Culture Minister Miri Regev decided last week that she was not taking steps to renew the Books and Authors Law, which regulated the industry and went into effect in 2014.

An old military vehicle can be seen positioned on the Israeli side of the border with Syria, near th
Likud MK urges U.S. to recognize Israeli Golan Heights

The 1981 Golan Heights Law, passed when Menachem Begin was prime minister, states that "the law, jurisdiction and administration of the State [of Israel] will take effect in the Golan Heights."

Israelis from Kurdish origin take part in a rally in support of the Kurdish referendum outside the A
MK pushes Israel to recognize Kurdistan as an independent state

Likud MK Yoav Kisch's motion comes in response to rising tensions between Israel and Turkey.

Senior minister slams 'antisemitic' Haaretz over ‘Israel Massacre Forces’

Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan lashed out against Haaretz over a recent "antisemitic" headline.

A general view of houses in the Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim in the West Bank
Settlement sovereignty vote postponed over security situation

The legislation would change the current situation in which Israeli laws do not automatically extend to the West Bank.

MK YIFAT SHASHA-BITON, chairwoman of the Knesset’s Special Committee for the Rights of the Child, si
Child custody bill set for first reading with mixed messages

The two debating sides did not agree on whether each parent’s financial situation, and who primarily took care of the children in the previous two years, should be taken into account.

Likud MK Yoav Kisch
Netanyahu on Bennett rebellion: Do you want to break up the coalition?

Bayit Yehudi, Likud MK holding all new bills hostage in fight over child custody law

PM Netanyahu receives backing from rivals on Putin

Zionist Union chairman Avi Gabbay wished Netanyahu well, even though he said he was not particularly optimistic.

Likud MK Yoav Kisch
Super-PACs debate brings opposition infighting to the fore

The “V15 bill” would limit fundraising in an election year by political organizations that are not parties.

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