The U.S. president has no worldview and thinks only in slogans, while Netanyahu is putting off deciding between the Saudis’ peace efforts and his rivals to his right
Inspired by President Donald Trump, Likud MK Miki Zohar believes that ignoring the truth, fairness and even pragmatic realism is possible.
Naftali Bennett and his ilk believe the U.S. president will pave the way to an expanded Israel and care little about the price of that alliance.
Ben-Gurion's founding concept of nonpartisan governance is becoming a thing of the past under Netanyahu | Opinion
Trump's election has prompted Likud's demand for unrestricted construction in the West Bank. Opposition parties must prepare for the new era.
'All the bad spirits that began to spread as a result of Trump’s candidacy are trivial. Israel’s main problem, according to right-wing reports, is the settlements and the need to put an end to the Obama initiative.'
The radical shift that the Arab party has undergone prevents it from joining in Israeli mourning.
The great patriotism he exuded, his deep certainty in the justice of our being here, brought him to dovish positions that he fought for relentlessly.
Netanyahu doesn’t really care if work takes place on Shabbat or not, or whether migrant children study or are abandoned, or whether anyone studies English, math or science.
The achievements for which Netanyahu is proud are hanging by a threat. 'The honeymoon with moderate Arab countries is dependent upon real progress with the Palestinians, and Netanyahu won’t be able to move forward.'