Ayelet Shaked

Politics, Elections
Ayelet Shaked: Stay tuned for big shakeup on the right

At a Reichman University conference, Shaked said that in the event of an election, a major new rightwing party is a possibility. She also said that right and left would have to work together.

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 20.06.24

Ayelet Shaked

Ayelet Shaked: "I Want to Thank Two Individuals"

Ayelet Shaked on the official announcement by the United States to exempt Israeli citizens from visas: "Many people worked to make this happen, but I want to say thanks to two in particular"

JFeed | 27.09.23

Ayelet Shaked

Ayelet Shaked: If Bennett had done it, Netanyahu would have been against it

Ayelet Shaked commends the completion of the visa exemption process for Israelis that she started, and refers to the expected normalization agreement with Saudi Arabia: "If it was Bennett, Netanyahu would go to war against the agreement."

JFeed | 26.09.23

The Legal Reform

Ayelet Shaked against the legal advisor to the government: "embarrassing arguments"

Former Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked strongly criticized the position of the Attorney General of Israel in the High Court hearing. According to her: "When the Attorney General of Israel says that there is serious damage to democracy, it is insulting, there is no end to democracy here"

JFeed | 13.09.23

Shaked Mocks Smotrich

Ayelet Shaked mocks: "Smotrich gave in like a good little boy"

Ayelet Shaked refers to the decision to transfer funds to the Arab authorities despite the opposition of Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich, and says that "Smotrich gave in like a good little boy"

Guy Ezra, JFeed Staff | 28.08.23

Shaked's Speculation

Ayelet Shaked speculates: How much longer will the government last?

Ayelet Shaked believes that Netanyahu's sixth government will last for three years, and she responded when asked if she will return to political life

JFeed | 07.08.23

The Intervention of the High Court of Justice

"Absurd": Ayelet Shaked against the intervention of the High Court of Justice

Ayelet Shaked criticizes the Supreme Court's decision to deliberate on Basic-Law: The Government. According to her, "The Supreme Court lacks any authority to intervene in basic laws. In the past, even to the legal advice to the government this was considered obvious"

Bentzi Rubin, Srugim News | 26.07.23