With only a few days to go until the election, Tzipi Livni and Isaac Herzog were in the market (literally) for a photo op.
What are Israeli voters really feeling? The video features short interviews about the upcoming election.
A mainstream Israeli political party is finally willing to openly promote marijuana legalization. Will Israelis soon be getting high legally?
Before every election, Israel’s greatest politicians flock to Blich, a seemingly ordinary high school in a nondescript suburb. Lior Zaltzman, who attended the school, explains why.
Israeli women may be at the apex of their political power, but says Tiki Krakowski, the media’s sexism toward female politicians remains the same.
Like most of us, Israeli satire show ‘Eretz Nehederet’ found Benjamin Netanyahu’s ‘Bibi-Sitter’ ad campaign truly mockable. So they came up with their own version. Introducing Miri Poppins.
Two GOP lawmakers asked the Obama administration to explain the involvement of a State Department-funded dialogue group with an Israeli get out the vote effort.
You’re right Naftali Bennett. Never mind other issues that may concern the female electorate such as national security, or the economy. The only way to get through to us is to compare voting to dating.
Israel’s two ultra-Orthodox parties are in a crisis after the victory of a strong centrist and secular constituency. Will they be able to hold on to their political power?
With all the votes counted in Israel’s election, Ori Nir crunches the numbers. He finds that Benjamin Netanyahu struck out with the ideological settlers of the West Bank.