"I do not rule out the possibility that Netanyahu will eventually go to a plea bargain like the one signed by former president Ezer Weizman – retirement to Caesarea in return for not being prosecuted,"
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.
1,350 convention delegates are required to hold open primaries for new chairperson and the Knesset list.
In a Sunday cabinet meeting welcoming the new IDF chief of staff, Major General Aviv Kochavi, who will take command on January 15, Prime...
Joe Biden stuck by his talking points, Beto O'Rourke said he had no intention of forcing a peace agreement on the two sides, and Cory Booker, God bless him, told her to vote for someone else.
"The new access road to the outpost" referred to by the anarchist group is not a road, is not new and is not on the land of the village of Beit Ummar."
Almost two months before the elections – advantage Bibi.
According to Bennett, Netanyahu's contempt for religious Zionism has reached an intolerable peak.
At this point, Tlaib is planning to visit between Sunday and Friday of next week.
Yes, Yariv Oppenheimer had to be the proverbial kid who got beat up after school every day, no doubt about it.
Haaretz commentator Nir Hasson on Thursday suggested that "today's Supreme Court is at best a rubber stamp with a legal and moral flexibility regarding...
The stunts performed by IfNotNow clowns in their campaign to push their anti-Israel agenda do more to push US Jews into the arms of the GOP than do a hundred presidential speeches.
Someone should now tell Israeli leftists to be careful in their attacks on Otzma Yehudit and avoid references to the history of Germany between 1933 and 1945.
This kind of ease of naming something hateful which it is not leads to the banalization of hatred, and once hatred becomes banal, it is arguably easier to use.
"The turnover government will be elected only if out of 900,000 eligible Arab voters, 800,000 will show up."
The movement headed by Tzipi Livni, Gesher, led by Orly Levi Abekasis, Moshe Feiglin's Zehut (Identity), Gal Hirsch's Magen (Protector), Baruch Marzel and Itamar Ben Gvir's Jewish Power, Eldad Yaniv's New Land do make the electoral threshold.
On Sunday morning, Ha'aretz ran an op-ed calling for the cancellation of Lag B'Omer.
Over the two decades or so since Hayut was appointed to the high court, that august body has acted as the 121st member of Knesset.
And so, another chapter rolls in the telenovela that began in 1992, on how the Israeli Zionist right unites itself into smaller and smaller splinter groups
Liberman is heard saying that when Leon is elected: "There will not be all the parades they do here, and the gay festivals."
As things stand, with two pro-Ariel members removed in a style reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, there's no reason to expect the remaining five committee members would endorse the Ariel medical school.
All the different polls are predicting a resounding win to the Gantz-Lapid union, yielding together a higher figure than they would have going it alone, the fact remains that there are more right- than left-wing Israeli Jews.
It is important to note that without the Otzma Yehudit votes – estimated at 70,000 – the party of Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich would not have crossed the threshold in the April elections.
The candidate for Prime Minister addressed the elephant in the room, his fellow Blue&White leader Yair Lapid, who is universally loathed by the Haredi public.
Otzma Yehudit responded: On the day Jewish blood is spilled and depraved individuals kill a soldier, the Reform movement chooses to ask for our disqualification."
"The real surprise was the judge's decision that the event could be held."
Bennett, Shaked and Smotrich have won a dizzying victory – up from 8 to 15 in the wake of one brilliant exercise.
Chairman Mellman said the new group brings “substantial” financial backing to the table and intends to “be around for years.”
Netanyahu is trying to avoid an election outcome in which the Likud increases it mandates while losing its potential right-wing partners to the threshold.
Blue and White candidate list Yoaz Hendel said: "Netanyahu has finished his job, even if tomorrow morning he will receive another mandate or two in the poll samples. On July 9 he is facing a hearing [ahead of his indictments]."