Lockdowns, quarantines, more than 6,000 deaths, Shin Bet tracking, huge deficits, and soaring unemployment did nothing to change minds at the polls.
The Forward hosted a Zoominar called ‘Four elections in two years: Is Israel’s democracy in crisis or stronger than ever?’
The Zionist left parties have to make some serious adjustments in messaging.
Anyone can compare Netanyahu and Trump. But what do Avigdor Lieberman and Mitt Romney have in common?
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.
It is not naïve to commit to the long and tedious processes necessary to create change on charged issues of existential significance.
Israel’s election campaign turns vile in wake of top court’s ruling on Jewish conversions.
The campaign of Gideon Sa’ar, the conservative rival of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, announced on Tuesday that it had suspended its cooperation with four American political strategists affiliated with the Lincoln Project less than a month after they were hired.
Israeli prime minister contenders to address major Jewish American groups ahead of the March 23 election.