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In terms of political affiliation, the Knesset factions would have experienced a serious tilt to the right were the elections held this week.
The Likud has launched a move to remove MK Hazan from the State Control Committee, because Hazan suggested he was in favor of an inquiry of the 2014 Gaza war
It should be noted that those Haredi schools that rejected the government-imposed of a Core Curriculum did so not necessarily because they object to teaching their students many of the subjects on the list.
"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
The question is, even considering this fantasy scenario, whether the Ya'alon-Kahlon-Sa'ar triumvirate would be able to form a coalition and with whom.
The dynamo working tirelessly to promote a Likud-Labor coalition has been Finance Minister Kahlon, who is facing a serious challenge from his permanent foe Yair Lapid.
In other words, Democracy, shmedocracy, ya first gotta' win it to be in it…
Even though Yesh Atid took a beating in the last election, Yair Lapid hopes to become prime minister next time around.
Netanyahu is ready to expand the government with Lapid's Yesh Atid Party, but the rabbis nixed the idea. "Lapid is a red line."
Deputy Minister Litzman is considered by most of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to be one of the most competent elected officials today.
Lapid won headlines for his grandstanding and now suffers an embarrassing loss.
The Shas chairman, the smartest politician in town, knows a coalition in the hand is better than one in the bush.
Bibi's speech will be during the U.S. workday, but prime viewing time in Israel.
Candidates from the top five Israeli parties addressed Anglo voters in Jerusalem on Wednesday; the big 'hot button' was Iran and the PM's speech to Congress next week.
The Supreme Court may reverse the decision. The committee has not decided on Baruch Marzel's candidacy.
National religious voters favoring the new Yachad party headed by Eli Yishai may be wasting their votes.