Yossi Belin believes that Israel’s new Knesset can take steps to create lasting change in Israeli society.
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Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s gamble to gain a more solid hold on the government pay off in Tuesday’s election?
Israeli prime minister contenders to address major Jewish American groups ahead of the March 23 election.
Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz, two popular centrist candidates, agreed to a merger after marathon, all-night talks.
A Forward investigation suggests that Twitter bots may be amplifying the message of some top actors in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“I am a son of a Holocaust survivor. My grandmother was murdered in Poland by Germans and Poles. I don’t need Holocaust education from you.”
JERUSALEM (JTA) – The Israeli political scene has always been one of stark contrasts between the two most iconic, if not always most successful
Netanyahu publicly proclaims to support a more right-wing agenda while privately working to moderate both actions and expectations.
Netanyahu is caught up in a tangle of intertwined crises that can’t be disentangled. Chief among them: a bill that would legalize illegal settlements.