‘What will I tell my mother?’
An Iranian judoka confirmed what was suspected for decades — Iran told its athletes to throw matches so they would not have to face Israelis.
Why did the elections turn out how they did? Are voters tired of Netanyahu? Did the Israeli left blow a golden opportunity? Read on to find out.
It’s simple: Netanyahu and Gantz don’t want to work together, but neither can be Prime Minister without Lieberman, who wants them to work together.
Gantz was marked for greatness at a young age, but was an unexpected choice to be IDF chief of staff, much less run the country.
The three main broadcasters showed their Likud and Blue and White parties in a virtual dead heat — just like in April.
Israelis just had elections! Why again, so soon? What’s at stake? Who’s going to win? We’ve got you covered (except maybe on that last one).
The administration did not rebuke the Israeli government, and there were no consequences for Israel’s behavior, a former White House official said.
Make sure to submit your burning questions about next week’s Israeli elections to the Forward’s brand-new Editor-in-Chief, Jodi Rudoren.
The strip club was repeatedly raided by special police task forces.