Former U.S. President Bill Clinton admitted his unsuccessful efforts to help Shimon Peres defeat Benjamin Netanyahu during Israel's 1996 general election.
Voter turnout was particularly low at the computerized 130 polling stations throughout the country.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday dutifully sent his congratulatory message to President Putin.
More than 40 international observers from 20 countries, including from Israel, will cover the presidential election in Crimea.
The last time a strong, rightwing government broke up over nonsense, in 1992, it resulted in a Labor victory and the Rabin-sponsored Oslo accords.
The clash over the bill is reaching the point where the gloves would be pulled off and the political fisticuffs could start.
The Likud is projected to lose six seats, coming in second with only 24 and with a trail of corruption—alleged and proven, that would likely sentence it to a term on the opposition benches.
With things being as bad as they are for President Trump, we should probably be looking forward to his speedy replacement by a tried and true friend of Israel, Vice President Mike Pence.
The Joint Arab List would retain its power with 13 seats, followed by Habayit Hayehudi which would rise from 8 to 12 seats.
Sheldon was in it for his love for Bibi, but Bibi was ready to cast him aside like yesterday's news.
Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party does not enjoy support from the PA's population, and they would be quickly replaced by the Islamists and other terror groups if given the chance.
By 4 PM, voter turnout was at 274,152, or 35.3% of the 787,386 eligible registered voters.
MK Oren Hazan invited MK Rosenthal to a chess match.
Prime Minister Sharon fired Elon over his objection to his Gaza Jews' eviction plan.
A lot is expected to happen on Monday, May Day: union members and protesters are marching against Le Pen in Paris, and the Front National party is holding its annual gathering to honor Joan of Arc.
Today we laid down the foundation on our way to the leadership of the State of Israel.
The presumably lackluster pro-Bennett voters could be outnumbered by pro-Branski voters; the first group may not bother to show at the polls, the other will be charged up.
Bennett, who has been persistently unavailable for an interview with The Jewish Press Online since before the 2013 elections, plain forgot about the many English speaking Habayit Hayehudi members who do not hail from the US.
'I am against religious coercion,' he states flatly.
Supreme Leader Ali Khameini opposes the Ahmedinejad candidacy, but he plans to run anyway.
Her Jewish friends include members of the Jewish Defense League in France.
While in all of 2016 the municipality demolished 203 structures in eastern Jerusalem, about half of those were razed after the US elections.