Getting purposely thrown out of parliament to make a point is a time-honored Israeli political tradition. Here are some of the historical highlights of these oft-entertaining displays.
In an effort to curb Oren Hazan, the Knesset doubles down on protocol
“This is a consideration of justice in extreme circumstances,” said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
After decades of striving for reconciliation with the Palestinians, legislators on both sides of the aisle consider other options
Someone else parking in your spot? Time to take out that lipstick.
Israeli Arabs at a Crossroads: How one woman in the Negev stands up against polygamy, abuse, and ignorance
Perpetrators now face up to 10 years in prison regardless of whether or not harmful intent can be proven
Was his comment really worse than American politicians’ electioneering?
Infographic shows the breakdown of seats and those who will occupy them
Students at the Jewish day school sound off on Isaac Herzog’s candidacy
American actor chimes in with less than 24 hours until Knesset elections
Newly-discovered 1923 film of influential rabbi used in haredi campaign
As Knesset elections near, online ads get heated—and some get banned
Running together in upcoming elections, despite ideological differences
A cabinet sponsored bill reinforces the Jewishness of the state
Israel Story, Episode 4: When a hobby becomes a calling—from a freelance hitman in Eilat to a Knesset groupie in Herzliya