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The meeting will help Herzog put Livni, another suitor, in her place, but also could preclude a three-way merger to tackle Netanyahu.
Peretz is not the solution, but the problem.
Labor party chairman and opposition leader Isaac Herzog condemns Israeli Arab MK Hanin Zoabi for supporting terror kidnappers.
Google will have to pay 7 percent on revenue from Israeli Internet content that is copyrighted if the Knesset approves a bill submitted by...
“You can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” Lapid soared to political stardom on his “middle class” soap box, which turned out to be full of hogwash. His wealth now is estimated at $6 million.
Australia, one of Israel’s staunchest supporters, now has a deputy prime minister who is a founding member of the Parliamentary Friends of Palestine group,...
Yair Lapid’s star is beginning to dim, with his Yesh Atid party losing two seats in the Knesset in a Knesset Channel poll released...
While the American Democratic Party may not have an official anthem, the British Labour Party does.
The national census for England and Wales has come out, and, as usual, this once-a-decade event has had all of its most significant points overlooked.
Should the Yacimovich proposal be accepted in a procedural vote at the party conference by the end of the month, it will guarantee both sectors only one Knesset seat, in place of the two seats which traditionally have gone to them. According to the kibbutz movement leadership, such a move may result in their abandoning the party with which they have been strongly identified over the years.
Back in 1998, Lord Nazir Ahmed, 53, became the first Muslim life peer. Now he is reported to have said: "'If the US can announce a reward of $10 million for the (capture) of Hafiz Saeed, I can announce a bounty of £10 million (for the capture of) President Obama and his predecessor, George Bush."
Rejuvenated Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu is looking to assemble an "all-star" lineup of perceptibly incorruptible politicians, media celebrities and former high-ranking military officials in order to crush Kadima party leader Tzipi Livni's chances of being elected prime minister on February 10, when Israeli citizens return to the polling booths.