Zionist Union distances itself from Yair Garbuz's comment about how 'amulet-kissers' control Israel; Habayit Hayehudi slams the Union and Garbuz.
Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan tells crowd of up to 35,000 that under Netanyahu, Israel faces most severe leadership crisis in country's history.
Former Mossad chiefs Meir Dagan and Amiram Levin among the speakers, along with war widow whose husband died in last summer’s Gaza conflict.
Habayit Hayehudi leader's attack on Likud was presumably intended to break his party's free fall in the polls.
The workers in the ad complain that government reforms had prevented them from making money for nothing. Then a terrorist complains that he too had been put out of business by Netanyahu.
Figures from defense establishment, including ex-Mossad chief Meir Dagan, and laid-off workers among those to address ‘Israel Wants Change’ event.
Arab and Jewish, religious and secular women join together to change national mind-set that 'there is no choice and no partner.'
Channel 10 gives both Likud and Zionist Union 23 seats each, while Channel 2 gives Zionist Union a slender lead with 24 seats to Likud's 23.
WATCH: Zionist Camp's clip scoffs at Netanyahu's Congress speech; Likud's video invokes Begin's 1981 decision to bomb Iraq's nuclear reactor; Joint List turns musical to express solidarity.
Zionist Union's No. 2: 'Adelson is a casino magnate who, with his billions, controls the Republicans in the United States, and here, he controls Netanyahu.'