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Gantz: I Risked Israeli Soldiers’ Lives to Save Gaza Strip Arabs

"We did not harm civilians, but we endangered Golani soldiers."

Senior Hamas Official: Abbas Escalating Gaza Strip Riots to Undermine Netanyahu’s Election Chances

At this moment, it is still unclear when the third shipment of $15 million will be used to supplement salaries for government officials and employees in the Gaza Strip.

Israeli Muslim Woman Running in Likud Primaries – Family Denounces Her

Dima Tayeh, a Muslim woman with Israeli citizenship, announced she will run in the Likud primaries with the objective of becoming a Member of Knesset.

Centerist, Shmentrist, Kulanu Minister Calling to Demolish Illegal Arab Shantytown, Apply Israeli Sovereignty

Minister Cohen said during the tour, "I arrived this morning to see the Khan al-Ahmar outpost, which the High Court of Justice determined should be evacuated."

Survey Drama: Gantz, Netanyahu, in Statistical Dead Heat

The Israeli public is in an anyone-but-Bibi mood.

Shin Bet Clarifies Intelligence Community Can Protect Free Elections in Israel

"The Israeli defense establishment has the ability to allow for democratic and free elections in the State of Israel."

Shin Bet Warns of Foreign Cyber Threat to Upcoming Elections

Argaman said he is certain the foreign nation is indeed “trying to intervene – and I know what I am talking about, I just don’t know in whose favor.”

MK Ahmad Tibi Leaves Joint List to Run Independently

Tibi once served as a political adviser to the late Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) chairman Yasser Arafat.

New Right Candidate Looking to Become First Deaf MK

Deaf from birth, Pinto has felt the difficulties resulting from the hearing community's lack of facility with sign language.

Defending Against Surprises, PM Limits New Faces on Likud Knesset List

The relatively low reserved spot on the Likud's list means that the PM is not planning to attract a new, big name to his party's Knesset delegation.

With Zoabi, Zahalka, Ousted, Most Anti-Zionist Arab Party Seeking Makeover

Balad's stated purpose is to opposes the idea of Israel as a Jewish state.

Ambassador Friedman: ‘Peace Deal of the Century’ Only After April Elections

According to Friedman, the plan is almost ready, and now the White House is working out only the final details.

Foreign-Funded Left-Wing NGOs Ready to Influence Israeli Election

A long list of well-funded left-wing NGOs are gearing up to influence Israel's upcoming elections

Report: Netanyahu Weighs Dismissing Ministers Bennett, Shaked

According to Shaked, she would be able to return to the Likud only after the Netanyahu era is over.

New Poll Shows Bennett, Gabai, Gambled Well

Bennett, Shaked and Smotrich have won a dizzying victory – up from 8 to 15 in the wake of one brilliant exercise.

Labor Activists Collecting Signatures to Dump Chairman Gabai

1,350 convention delegates are required to hold open primaries for new chairperson and the Knesset list.

Right-Wing Pundit Caroline Glick Joins New Right Party

The Chicago-born Glick advised PM Netanyahu on foreign policy in his first term and was the creator of the satirical website Latma.

Labor Chairman Dumps Tzipi Livni, Zionist Union No More

Seeing as MK Dov Henin, the only Jewish Knesset member in the United Arab List, is retiring from politics, Livni should consider becoming the next Communist in the Knesset.

Bibi Tells Trump to Stretch Out Syria Pullout, Tells Press He Won’t Resign Until...

It's not at all clear whether Netanyahu introduced the US president to the idea of a 120-day pullout or merely added his voice to others around Trump who counseled a more patient pullout.

Housing Minister Yoav Galant Quits Kulanu for Likud

The minister met Monday in Tel Aviv with Kahlon to inform him of the decision.

Report: Netanyahu Fears Losing Religious Zionist Voters

On the question of who should lead the New Right party, 57% said they wanted Ayelet Shaked, compared with 43% who chose Naftali Bennett.

First Survey Shows Bennett’s Gamble a Huge Success (for Now)

The ruling party, Likud, would have dropped from 30 to only 25 Knesset seats, while the Religious Zionist party abandoned by the two mavericks would drop from 8 to 5 seats.

MK Michael Oren Leaves Kahlon’s Kulanu

He is likely to be recruited by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the Likud list for the next Knesset.

Netanyahu to Reduce Vote Threshold to Save Right-Wing Block from Splintering

So far, the only significant effect of the 3.75% threshold has been the forced unification of four Arab parties as the Joint Arab List.

Bennett’s, Shaked’s ‘New Right’ Party to Challenge Netanyahu

According to Bennett, Netanyahu's contempt for religious Zionism has reached an intolerable peak.

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