Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s gamble to gain a more solid hold on the government pay off in Tuesday’s election?
At first glance, the early election into which Israel is being helplessly dragged is just more of the same.
It’s official: Israel will have its fourth election in two years.
Benny Gantz will get the opportunity to try to form an Israeli government after Benjamin Netanyahu couldn’t form a coalition. Here’s how that works.
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).
Israeli and American progressives must fight for Israel’s democracy together.
Baruch Marzel and Bentzi Gopstein of the Jewish Power, or Otzma Yehudit Party can not run for Knesset in the September 17 elections.
Ayman Odeh’s proposal, something no Arab-majority party has ever done in Israel, has already been rejected by some in the leading centrist party.
A Palestinian state is “far more dangerous to Israel” than BDS, the right-wing legislators wrote to the measure’s four sponsors.
The union of the two smaller right-wing parties was brokered by Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of the national elections in April in ord