Mossi Raz, a longtime peace activist, wants to see progress, but knows the new coalition doesn’t have the issue on its agenda.
“I came because change needs to happen and someone needs to push for it to happen.”
JERUSALEM Left-wing Meretz Party leader Zehava Galon is resigning from Knesset to build the party.
— Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Jewish former candidate for U.S. president, said “the occupation must end” in a video message to the I…
Israel’s Meretz party said that rapper Yoav “The Shadow” Eliasi’s Facebook post amounted to incitement.
Israeli politician Tamar Zandberg is facing blowback from Israeli media and commentators for appearing at an anti-AIPAC protest.
Instead of funding organizations that criticize Israel’s human rights record, the left should be building think tanks to win public opinion. It worked wonders for the right, Maya Haber writes.
At the J Street conference, a group of left-wing Knesset members split over the role they’d like American Jews to play in diplomacy — especially at the United Nations.
When Lior Zaltzman decided not to fly home for Israeli elections, she worried that she might later regret it. But now she knows that her vote never had a hope of changing anything.
The battle for Israeli voters is red hot. J.J. Goldberg says the real debate is over the Zionist Union’s odds of forging a coalition — and the surprising partners who could put it over the top.