A big-picture look at how the new government is doing and why it is indeed holding together.
“I am a connector — I focus on how to create common denominators,” Barkat, who is polling as the favorite to succeed Netanyahu, told the Forward.
‘There was his belief that he had singularly done more for Israel than any American president – and that therefore he was owed.’
George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to Netanyahu and a senior adviser to Bennett, was in Jerusalem to witness the rise and fall of both men.
‘Americans can expect a Prime Minister who thinks outside of the box and is a straight shooter,’ a Bennett ally said.
The lack of good alternatives doesn’t change the fact that the idea of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is something well worth fearing.
There’s reason to believe the American Jewish community won’t be torn apart by the revival of the 2015 agreement.
Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s gamble to gain a more solid hold on the government pay off in Tuesday’s election?
From yeshiva boy to top minister, Erdan opens up about his life story and discusses his mission to mend Israel’s ties with the Democratic Party.
The Israeli prime minister, who referred to the president by his first name, showed some unease compared to his relationship with Trump.