Asked by TheMarker, the Joint List of Arab parties was the only outfit to give detailed answers about its socioeconomic platform. Likud has no platform at all
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Last week, the attorney general published legal opinion opposing the move. He acceded after Netanyahu said final approval will be made by next government
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Haaretz reached out to new immigrants to Israel to see what's the biggest issue for them this election
It doesn't matter whether Israelis changed their minds since they last had to cast their votes in April. There is one issue that can still tip the scales on Tuesday
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An older generation of protesters regard Netanyahu's corruption as an existential threat to the state. And they're fighting, almost tragically, for the simpler, more innocent, more moral Israel held in their collective memory
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
The prime minister rudely pounced on his interviewers from home, while all other party leaders were asked to come to the studio. But this time he didn't deny his tricks
Netanyahu's former justice minister and Yamina leader claims Trump's plan would see East Jerusalem neighborhoods falling under Palestinian jurisdiction
Trump's announcement comes three days before Israelis head to the polls and in wake of reports that Netanyahu has been trying to get a diplomatic gesture from Washington
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Like Trump in 2016, Netanyahu dominates the campaign with innuendo, lies, slander, total fabrications and untethered fantasies
After attacks from fellow center-left parties and smear campaign targeting former Yisrael Beiteinu lawmaker Levi-Abekasis, Labor-Gesher moves into high gear: If we don't make it into the Knesset, Netanyahu will have a majority
They're politically aware and have independent opinions, but all grew up under one prime minister. Haaretz speaks with members from Israel's youngest electorate to understand how this collective memory shapes their voting patterns
Democratic Union's Shaffir is excellent on environmental affairs and corruption, but I’ve yet to hear from her any concrete plans to address Israel’s most existential issue
His victory hangs on the fates of racist Otzma and leftist Labor - and on right-wingers coming out in droves while leftists go to the beach
Five major European powers said annexing the Jordan Valley, northern Dead Sea would be in "serious breach of international law"
Activists in the Arab community consider Kahol Lavan ‘Netanyahu-light,’ a party open to linking up with hard-liner Avigdor Lieberman or even Likud itself
Netanyahu still several seats short of securing coalition ■ Kahanist party projected to win four seat
Even the longest-serving prime minister is transitory and cannot change the deeper trends in Israeli society, making Tuesday the first election that will be won by a new type of Judaism
Netanyahu aims to approve illegal outpost on Sunday, but Mendelblit warns of marrying 'election concerns' with 'actions that make use of state funds'
Israel's election board rules party must pay $8,500 following the PM's live broadcast where he promised to annex the Jordan Valley if reelected
The PM changed versions during the course of his interrogations, talked about the 'Judgement Day' to come after Adelson, and sounded determined not to stand trial
This election will determine if the future of Israel will be gender-segregated, ignorant, poor and fundamentalist. And there's evidence that Israeli Jews are finally seeing the light
Benny Gantz with 33 seats leads Netanyahu with 31. Right-wing bloc with 59 seats to the center-left's 54, with prospective kingmaker Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu down to seven seats
If there's no breakthrough in the coming days, we will find ourselves, the morning after the election, mired deep in a political and constitutional nightmare. Will it be left to the president to save the day?
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Election Countdown Five Days to Election, a Battered and Bruised Netanyahu Is Nonetheless Growing Stronger
The steady climb of the Kahanist Otzma party could give Netanyahu his coveted majority – and plunge Israel into xenophobic hell
Meeting follows Russian Foreign Ministry condemnation of prime minister's promise to annex the Jordan Valley after Israeli election
'Before extending sovereignty over the Jordan Valley, we need to extend sovereignty in south Tel Aviv,' Ayelet Shaked says ■ Proposed court's rulings could not be appealed to a regular district court
The $40,000 donation was given to a company founded by Barak aides which launched a campaign to unify left-wing parties
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Neither Netanyahu nor his crude, illiberal, annexationist, political arsonist ‘friends’ comprehend the magnitude of the storm they’re about to bring down on Israel’s security – and its most foundational ideas
Polls say extremist Otzma Yehudit party may win four seats in September 17 election, bringing Kahanists back into Knesset and potentially helping prime minister build a right-wing coalition
Agreement between far-right alliance and prominent anti-migration activist makes staunch stance against asylum seekers core part of party's demands in coalition talks
Netanyahu denies he wrote or approved the message, which called on voters to cast their ballot for Likud and not 'a secular left-wing weak government that relies on Arabs'
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