10:15 PM The massive pro-right rally is now over. 9:30 PM 9:26 PM Looking at the rally from Ibn G'virol Street : 9:14 PM Rabbi Druckman speaking. 9:07...
Liberman said, "You can't be a wimp in the Middle East."
Reshet Bet has released their latest election poll...
Yisrael Beytenu introduced his list, and even added a native English speaker, even if he stuck him in an unrealistic spot.
A large turnout of Bedouin and Arab voters may make the United Arab List the third largest Knesset party.
Baruch Marzel, candidate for the Knesset on the Yachad list, and activist Itamar Ben-Gvir have warned that they will ask that the Elections Committee...
After narrowing missing in the last elections, Michael Ben-Ari is trying to make a comeback and represent the "real right-wing" in Israel.
A very happy PM Netanyahu declared victory at the Likud victory party.
That's it. If you didn't register your party by now, you're not running for the upcoming Knesset elections.
The anti-Bibi campaign's quiet change in tax status both came too late and constitutes an admission of wrongdoing.
99% of the votes have been counted, and this is the new Likud list...
If there are no surprises, Netanyahu is expected to form a coalition, after some tough negotiations, with the Likud, Bayit Yehudi, Kulanu, Yisrael Beytenu, UTJ and Shas.
We could see the Likud or the Zionist Union ending up as junior partners in a future coalition.
As the infamous quote says, "We established what you are, now we're just haggling over the price."
Yesh Atid along with Kulanu are key to forming the next coalition.
MKs are busy talking about potential dates for general elections.
The Yachad party reports that their voting slips have been removed from dozens of voting stations.
Lieberman's issues a disproportionate response to polls that show his party will barely squeeze into the Knesset.
Rabbi Yehuda Glick, who was critically wounded in an assassination attempt several weeks ago, announced he is running “symbolically” on the Likud list for...
The small Arab parties are talking about merging, and this could result in 14 seats for the Arab sector.
The barbed-wire political fence was more than Lieberman could stand.
The so-called "Zionist Camp" was accused of having "blood on its hands."
The "ultra right wing" Yachad party has women working on policy issues of economic importance to women.
There have been a few cases of voter fraud reported around the country.
"I Respect the President Barak Obama." That's what he said. We don’t know what meant.