In the Knesset, Tzipi Hotovely held a conference at the Knesset for Yesha community leaders to protest the Bibi's rumored acceptance of a settlement freeze (there has been a de facto freeze on new construction since Bibi took office, in contradiction to the Likud Party platform).
Likud MK Ophir Akunis warned that attempting to topple the government would be dangerous and that Likud should back Bibi, though he said he would be against any agreement that stopped "natural growth" in established Yesha communities. It is interesting to note that Akunis is #20 on the Likud party list, a spot that was once held by Moshe Feiglin, before Bibi used the courts to push him down low enough that he did not get a seat in the Knesset. Looks like there's a little quid pro quo here from Mr. Akunis.
Hotovely has vowed to continue the protests (have I told you lately that I love her?), and told Israel Radio that three ministers have joined her campaign against the freeze. I would assume that these MKs are Danny Danon, Yariv Levin, and Ayoub Kara, as they are engaged in a campaign encouraging members of the nationalist public to register with the Likud and support MKs loyal to the party's mission to continue construction in Yesha, and reject the creation of a Falacstinian state west of the Jordan River. I am also assuming that this effort is coordinated with the Manhigut Yehudit, as the Likud faction has been engaged in a Likud registration campaign for a while now in the hopes that Moshe Feiglin will be elected party leader and move Israeli politics out of the hands of the Leftist Israeli Suicide Squad.
For my Israeli readers, if you desire to register with Likud you can find the registration form here.
The Machaneh HaLeumi, the nationalist camp, is in the process of building an English registration site.
Kol ha kavod. May the Schwartz be with you.