The Israeli government seems to have survived a potential collapse after a key partner was threatened to leave the coalition and organize scary elections.
Naftali Bennett, of the Jewish Jewish party, had indicated that he would give her the best, but he announced on Monday that he would continue.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu has held talks with ministers in recent days to try to keep his coalition with him.
The crisis began when the minister resigned the defense in opposition to resisting Israel with Gaza troops.
Mr Bennett said he would withdraw his party unless he was appointed a new defense minister.
Mr Netanyahu has taken the role for the time being.