Israel needs leadership that is perceived as humanistic and progressive, the kind that is committed to the promises written in Israel’s Declaration of Independence – equality, freedom, and human rights.
Nobody believes the Housing Ministry when it says prices will drop.
Since the series of reforms led by Benjamin Netanyahu in 2003, which infused life into the economy and put it on the fast growth track, we’ve had 10 years of treading water.
Netanyahu still choice for PM, but poor marks on economy give Herzog opening.
The Yesh Atid and Habayit Hayehudi leaders take credit for achievements they had little to do with as finance and economy minister, respectively, and ignore inconvenient facts.
The ex-finance minister is campaigning on the slogan ‘we were stopped in the middle,’ but actually he did little to break up monopolies or keep money from the settlements.
Yair Lapid embraces WhatsApp; Israelis shop online; EMC appoints new chief executive; Partner might buy stake in fiber-optic company.
The interior minister may be in for a promotion after his successful fun in the party's primary.
Israel was just like a small rodent racing on his wheel to nowhere in 2014. This year isn’t shaping up to be any better
And an upheaval must have an historic, democratic and equitable foundation.