In casting ballots for Kahol Lavan voters were rejecting Netanyahu's boisterous campaign, more than they were voicing disagreement with Likud's ideology
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The decision came in the wake of election results, his office said
If the person who the president entrusts with forming a government doesn't succeed in recruiting 61 lawmakers, they shouldn't be allowed to dissolve the Knesset as easily as Netanyahu did after the April election
Sheffi Paz, a far-right, anti-asylum seekers activist who has signed a deal with Ayelet Shaked, spray-painted the slogans: 'Get out EU' and 'German money kill Jews'
Last week, the attorney general published legal opinion opposing the move. He acceded after Netanyahu said final approval will be made by next government
The April election saw grand gestures from world leaders in Netanyahu's favor. Now, he's lucky if they get to meetings with him on time
Five major European powers said annexing the Jordan Valley, northern Dead Sea would be in "serious breach of international law"
According to former top U.S. officials who spoke to Politico, the cellphone surveillance devices were uncovered during the Trump presidency and meant to track him ■ Trump denies Israeli spying on U.S.
Meeting follows Russian Foreign Ministry condemnation of prime minister's promise to annex the Jordan Valley after Israeli election
Netanyahu reiterated the importance of the Russia-Israel strategic alliance in the Middle East and their shared commitment to removing Iranian troops from Syria
Steps announced by Netanyahu 'would be devastating to the potential of reviving negotiations and regional peace,' says UN Secretary General Guterres
Premier says Hamas' actions force him to weigh an operation in the Strip, claims Israel isn't alone in threat posed by Iran even if reconciliation with Washington may happen
Analysis There Was Only One 'Dramatic' Announcement for Israel Last Night – and It Wasn't Netanyahu's Empty Annexation Promise
Firing of Bolton removed last obstacle to Trump-Rohani summit
Trump peace plan 'historic opportunity' for West Bank annexation, PM says ■ White House: 'No change in U.S. policy at this time'
As Trump courts a possible Rohani meeting, all Netanyahu can do is hope it will wait until after the election
The prime minister will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss security matters related to Iran, Syria and Lebanon
Eight days before Israel's election, premier says that Iran covered up site near Abadeh; Gantz and Lapid: 'Netanyahu using sensitive security information to campaign'
Israeli diplomats abroad have been ordered to put any plans for new spending on hold due to a major budget deficit
As the U.S. inches toward negotiations with Iran, Netanyahu forgoes his title of 'Mr. Iran' and discusses cameras at polling stations instead
U.S. defense secretary's comment comes day after he met with Israeli PM Netanyahu, and several days since President Trump left door open to possible meeting with Iranian counterpart
Netanyahu Denies Cameras at Polling Stations Targeted Arab Voters, Contradicting PR Firm Behind Move
'Cameras prevent election rigging,' the premier says, arguing those who oppose controversial move don't want 'a real vote count'
'Both prime ministers agreed on the need to prevent Iran getting a nuclear weapon and stop wider destabilizing Iranian behavior,' says a Downing Street spokeswoman
As long as I'm prime minister, Iran won't have nuclear weapon, Netanyahu says
Israel had hoped for President Zelensky to announce an embassy move in a joint press conference with the Israeli leader
Ambassador handed letter to the Israeli government warning against any changes to status quo on Jerusalem's holy site, week after clashes during Muslim, Jewish holidays
Some political sources claim visit is meant to cater to Israeli voters from former USSR, which associates of the premier deny
Yisrael Katz says Israeli ambassador to U.S. acted on own initiative when saying Israel would not block American lawmakers from entering country
Rashida Tlaib thwarted Israel's attempt to take credit for a special 'humanitarian gesture.' She may have paid a price as a granddaughter, but she also prevented a new precedent in Israel's boycott law
Congresswoman calls for U.S. to 're-evaluate our unwavering support' for Israel over Netanyahu's 'alignment with Trump's hate agenda'
In letter she sent to the interior minister, Michigan congresswoman requests to visit her grandmother, as it may be her 'last opportunity to see her'