Israel's Debates Creep (Back) Into Our Bloodstream

Like it or not, the identity of American Jews is now tightly tied to Israel, J.J. Goldberg writes. That means we have a huge stake in its looming election — even if we don’t always agree.


5 Questions for Tim Kaine on Israel

Sen. Tim Kaine is a moderate Democrat who boycotted Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. Nathan Guttman asks him about Iran and whether Democrats are drifting away from Israel.

Tzipi and Buji Go to the Market

With only a few days to go until the election, Tzipi Livni and Isaac Herzog were in the market (literally) for a photo op. Let’s just say they got what they came for.

Israel's Arab Party Is Handing Bibi the Election

Is the Joint Arab List handing Netanyahu this election on a silver platter? Aaron Magid explains how one party’s rejection of the Israeli left works in the prime minister’s favor.


What If Bibi Loses? Imagining Life Without Netanyahu

It’s possible that Benjamin Netanyahu might actually go down to defeat. Whether you’re a fan or not, the idea of life without him feels downright surreal, Allison Kaplan Sommer writes.

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