Grimm said the indictment was a "political witch hunt" against him because he "was an outsider who wasn't supposed to win."
Apparently Peres, like some in the Labor party don't see Livni as an asset.
"Since 2015, when he attacked the Likud and the prime minister ceaselessly, Gideon Sa'ar has had only one goal: to topple Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu."
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.
The Likud party is holding primaries on Sunday. The race is going to be a closely watched, as both candidates and voters look to see...
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
At this point, outside the Gaza Strip, only Marwan Barghouti has the street cred and the political wherewithal to rule the PA, which should be a source of concern to Israel.
"I see the overall picture of Israel's security, which I cannot share with the public. [...] it is mostly hidden from view."
Palestinian political party Fatah, along with other Palestinian political organizations, criticized representatives of the Palestinian Authority for meeting with Israeli politicians sympathetic with the...
No one was brave enough to challenge Miriam Naor's choice for Supreme Court president.
The Shas Haredi party can’t see past its black hat. Most of 91 Yesha towns now on the national priority list are near dangerous borders. Beitar Illit is not. Obviously, that’s discrimination, says Shas.
In his daily column, Al-Ahram's Dr. Osama Al-Ghazali Harb referred to a MEMRI TV clip showing Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi at a Friday prayers, October 19, nodding his head and answering "amen" as the preacher curses "the Jews." According to Harb, the clip was an embarrassment for Morsi, who must reconcile his commitment to the peace agreement with Israel and the fact that he, basically, would like to wipe out Israel. Watch the clip and read excerpts from the Harb article, published by MEMRI.
Vapiano, the German fast casual restaurant chain offering Italian food across Europe and the US, is pulling its ads because "the positions held by Breitbart.com contrast with Vapiano's values, such as openness and tolerance."
US President Barack Obama contends Israel is "safer today than ever before," says give Iran talks a chance.
"The prime minister maintained his position regarding Israel’s security and the non-acceptance of the Iranian forces’ consolidation in Syria," Putin's spokeswoman said.
It's possible that Liberman and Netanyahu are implementing at least some of the points the defense minister posted some nine months ago.
The gist of his words is not the removal of the mosque as much as the building of the Temple.
Never mind the hundreds of Muslim anti-Christian attacks over the years. It's really Israel who sows discord
Weekly poll average: Likud-Beitenu at 38 seats; Labor at 22; the Right wing parties a little over 66 seats and the left has just under 54. The Jewish Home-National Union list rose to 9 seats while Kadima continues its decline into oblivion.
PM Netanyahu did not make it back to Israel in time for the historic vote on the controversial measure.
Dendias said there are no meetings with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu “for now.”
According to the Sa'ar memorandum, an accused elected official gets tossed at once, and should he or she survive their trial, they could return to their elected office.
"If this can be realized it would position Israel well from the geopolitical and geostrategic point of view. Israel can become a significant player."
Israeli politicians make total fools of themselves occasionally.
A sign next to the defaced wall read: 'Temple De Hirsch Sinai is aware of this graffiti. We are choosing to leave it exposed for the time being.'
Shaked is a ball of contradictions, which gives her power and makes her uniquely pan-Israeli.
Neither Iran nor any other party has signed the 'Iran Deal.' There is no enforceable agreement.
"As the world remembers one of the most horrific events in modern history, Christians, Jews and people of conscience must commit to make a stand and say never again."
Israeli parents are upset with new Education Ministry rules restricting students at final exam time.
The Amona residents, who were originally willing to go along with the new plan, are now fiercely against it, as one resident argued, 'It amounts to stuffing us in caravans in a relocation camp."