Benjamin Netanyahu has won and won convincingly. But J.J. Goldberg writes that he burned so many bridges that he won’t be able to govern easily — or stave off global isolation.
The left lost the Israeli elections. But Jay Michaelson thinks it can take away one important gift: Benjamin Netanyahu finally revealed himself and his ugly ideology.
When Lior Zaltzman decided not to fly home for Israeli elections, she worried that she might later regret it. But now she knows that her vote never had a hope of changing anything.
Jerusalem’s legendary Mahane Yehuda market is a famous stronghold for the right wing. After Benjamin Netanyahu’s victory, no one’s voice resounded stronger than that of Yaron Tzidkiyahu, aka The Olive King.
The anti-Arab fear campaign Benjamin Netanyahu used to win Israel’s election is indefensible, Sigal Samuel writes. So why are some American Jews letting him get away with it?