If we in the Likud will understand the deep reason for our party’s decline we will continue to securely lead Israel with our national vision.
Lapid is a patriot who is both honest and who has a clear vision for the future. A vision that is inclusive of all!
The Israeli media are busy faux negotiating, publishing all sorts of possibilities.
Lapid's election success is a reflection of the widespread view among Israelis that external threats do not mean that the country's house should not be put in better order.
Even though there will be an unprecedented number of religious Knesset members, Haredim are closer to being drafted than at any time in Israel’s history.
A little insulting but shouldn't the Temple become a central element in the public discourse?
Conservative movements and parties cannibalize themselves.
Like Liberman before, Lapid will likely be Netanyahu's major partner as under almost any coalition figuration Yesh Atid can bring down the coalition.
These are the final results for the elections to the 19th Knesset.
Right wing and Haredi parties form a seemingly insurmountable, 71-seat block.
Netanyahu’s impending victory is due to the fact that the prime minister has done a reasonably good job, the economy is okay, terrorism is low, he’s kept out of trouble.
The Sephardi Haredi party Shas, who had reached as many as 12 seats, are down to 9 in this survey.
The average of last week's nine polls in Israel
Expect an interesting conundrum on the opposition side.
Among the voters at large, 23% said their respect for Bennett went down, 17% said it went up, 50% said it didn't change, and 10% were not sure.
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A joint JoeSettler-Jameel post.
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