Yair Lapid will be calling the shots at this point.
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Shas party spiritual leader and former Sephardic chief rabbi Ovadia Yosef is urging Israelis not to vote for the party headed by Naftali Bennett, the Bayit HaYehudi Jewish Home party, calling it not a home for Jews but a home for gentiles.
"My engagement in medicine has taught me that in order to heal one must come in contact with the most repulsive things you can imagine."
Expect an interesting conundrum on the opposition side.
Shouts and slurs erupted between Zoabi and MK Michael Ben-Ari of the new Otzma LeYisrael party and other nationalists who called her a terrorist and a traitor.
Bennett benefited from the attacks on him.
MK Haneen Zoabi has been banned from running for the 19th Knesset by the Central Elections Committee, which censured her for supporting terrorism and for denying Israel’s identity as a Jewish and democratic state.
Wednesday's poll shows the highest right-wing share in the vote to date – 68 seats against 52 to the right.
"In any conceivable political arrangement, Israel will not cede control of E-1."
With all the major charges against him dropped, FM Liberman debates whether the remaining charge is sufficient reason to step down. He probably won't.
Danon came fifth in the primaries, which often means a ministerial position.
Intrigue and rumor swirls around Danny Ayalon's exclusion from the Yisrael Beytenu list, as no one is officially saying a thing. There's nothing nature abhors more than a vacuum.
A leak in Liberman's world, commented the Channel 10 news reporter, is tantamount to betrayal.
"When Danny Ayalon was ambassador in Washington, he had a bad falling out with his boss then, Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom."
Avigdor Liberman's campaign to unload the "stars" of his party, Israel Beiteinu, continues full blast into Tuesday, the day of submitting all the lists...
Labor party primary results are in, and Shelly Yechimovitch did not come out a winner.
Voters on the extreme left and right are empowering the flanks, the former out of despair, the latter to watch over Netanyahu.
She says she spotted a vacuum at the center of Israel's political map, a vacuum created largely by the colossal failure of her own party.
The relatively new religious leaders on the Likud roster owe some of their status to Moshe Feiglin's relentless efforts to make the party more traditionally Jewish.
The right-wing block would receive 70 seats, vs. 50 to the center-left, including the Arabs.
It appear that Moshe Feiglin is going to Jerusalem.
The more right-wing members, who are also better organized, may have won the day.
When tested, the Likud prime ministers have led their party into regions that the founders of the Likud could not have imagined.