After the terrorist attack in Pittsburgh, many Israelis weighed in. Zionist Union chief Avi Gabbay’s contribution was the absolute worst.
In his debut speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference, Labor leader Avi Gabbay refrained from attacking Netanyahu or pushing for a peace process.
A Forward investigation suggests that Twitter bots may be amplifying the message of some top actors in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The behavior of the Orthodox Israeli religious right goes against the standards of rabbinic tradition — and the results aren’t pretty.
“When I have to decide between ideas and winning elections, I’m choosing to win elections,” Gabbay said.
TEL AVIV — He’s charismatic. He’s an outsider. And he’s a political centrist. Some have hailed Avi Gabbay, the telecom exec who was …