If Benjamin Netanyahu hoped, as he recently stated, to bask in one day of praise, Israel's state watchdog is not about to supply it.
Yair Lapid Promises to Recognize Reform and Conservative Judaism 'My First Week in Government,' if Elected
'Israel is now the only country in the world without freedom of religion for Jews,' Yesh Atid's party leader tells journalists in Jerusalem.
It's better for Meretz voters to at least strengthen the Labor Party, which will definitely be a part of the coalition formed by Yair Lapid, if he wins the next election.
Both Netanyahu's Likud and Lapid's Yesh Atid gain ground in poll from Channel 2, pulling mandates away from nearly all parties except for the Joint Arab List, now the third most popular party in Israel.
Netanyahu’s reply to the television investigation into his personal life could prove to be an ugly pivotal moment in Israeli democracy. Journalists be warned: If you’re not from Israel Hayom or its ilk, you’re in the gun sights.
Yesh Atid will support the so-called 'V15 bill' which seeks to restrict NGOs' abilities to manage political campaigns during election season or carry out extensive ferrying of voters to polling stations.
'The occupation must end' — that’s the flag that must unite Israel's opposition. Those who don’t wave it are helping make the status quo in the territories permanent.
Netanyahu’s challenger has managed to move deceptively between cynicism and Zionism, moralism and double standards, in the efforts of enticing the Israeli mainstream. Five months with Lapid on his way to unseat Netanyahu.
The leader of the centrist Yesh Atid party has managed to move deceptively between cynicism and Zionism, moralism and double standards, in the efforts of enticing the Israeli mainstream. Five months with Lapid on his way to unseat Netanyahu.
Do those who say they will vote for Yair Lapid realize what he represents?