On Sundays, our synagogue holds a family prayer service. It’s nestled between two busy sessions of religious school. It’s a quick service — a little praying, a little singing, a few announcements and a whole lot of reflection.
Despite multiple corruption scandals, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu retains significant public support and still has the best chance of any candidate to keep his position when the next Israeli elections roll around.
According to the latest monthly update of the Peace Index of the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University, just 46% of Jewish Israelis named current Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as their preferred candidate for the next prime minister.
A version of this article originally appeared in Plus61J, an Australian-Jewish publication.