Such a political party would look after its constituents by securing state funding, using the impressive — yes, impressive — tactics taught to us by our ultra-Orthodox mentors
A runoff election in Israel would reduce the scope for backroom deals and force the heads of the two biggest parties to win over the entire electorate.
The prime minister said his Likud party should be aiming to increase its Knesset representation in the next election from its current 30 seats.
During his 30-month hiatus from politics, Gideon Sa'ar didn't fade away or evaporate, but even grew stronger, say the polls.
Netanyahu's obsession with the new public broadcaster shows that all he really cares about is keeping his seat.
Comments from United Torah Judaism's Moshe Gafni come after he formally told Netanyahu that ultra-Orthodox parties oppose any initiative to bring elections forward.
Analysis Bibi the Invincible: Netanyahu Is Acting Irrationally but Political Arithmetic Is in His Favor
Why is the prime minister taking on the Knesset and the media establishment in a pointless crusade against the public broadcasting corporation? Because he can.
Zionist parties won’t cooperate with the Joint List, so absurdly, the positions of Arab MKs undermine the political ability to protect Israel from the extreme right.
Even though most of the public supports a diplomatic two-state solution, that same public is convinced it belongs to a minority.
Perhaps a centrist emergency government can still save Israel from massive systems failure.