Yair Lapid has announced his Yesh Atid list for the upcoming elections....
The small right-wing parties will hurt their ideological allies and voters, unless they get past their egos and ideological perfectionism and help their side for a change.
Strange. It wasn't considered as big a deal when it was Shimon Peres who was invited to the White House right before elections in '96.
Netanyahu will reportedly be offering a spot on the Likud list to Caroline Glick.
Apparently the Arabs believe that all these years they voted for Labor, they were not voting for a Zionist party.
Likud pulls ahead, and quite incredibly Shas is making a comeback, but forming a coalition still depends on the small parties.
The White House says it's “reserving judgment” on PM Binyamin Netanyahu's visit to address a joint session of Congress on Iran Feb. 11.
They were afraid they would not pass the electoral threshold running separately.
Israeli politicians equally outraged about Wednesday's terror attack in Tel Aviv, but all divided on a solution.
PM Netanyahu accepts invitation by Speaker Boehner to address joint session of Congress on the issue of Iranian nuclear threat, on Feb. 11.
Yisrael Beytenu introduced his list, and even added a native English speaker, even if he stuck him in an unrealistic spot.
The popular right-wing Knesset Member now is in the 20th place on the list of candidates.
Obama scolds Europe for not being more welcoming to its North African immigrants.
Obama urged senators to resist pressure from "donors" (i.e. Jews) to increase Iran sanctions.
Shamir is quitting Avigdor Libermans' party, will he join the Likud?
Stern quit Livni's party last month...
Labor's up, Bayit Yehudi is up, but the Left-Right division remains about the same.
Results of the recount are good news for the Likud and bad news for the Jewish Home party.
The Bayit Yehudi votes have been counted...
Barron is not generally considered a friend of Israel or Jews in general.