With a crowded right, the PM is rediscovering decency, and silencing and sidelining the embarrassing members of his coterie. The maneuver, of course, is an illusion
Election Overdose podcast, episode 4: Can the never-Trumpers do for Gideon Sa’ar what they did for Joe Biden and could Israel eventually see two parties led by women?
Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi is in a realistic slot on Meretz’s Knesset slate – and she isn't apologizing for being one place below a retired general
Son of former Prime Minister Begin once served under Netanyahu and now joins his chief rival to end 'crude, scathing attacks' on Israel's democracy
Fresh from what fans consider their Never Trump triumph, the Lincoln Project founders have a new mission: To help ditch Netanyahu. But you might not like what happens next
Yamina candidate and self-employed group protest leader was also convicted for assaulting an officer. The party decries a 'shameful' attempt to hurt Abir Kara's image ahead of Israel's March election
Opposition lawmakers fume at Likud deputy minister Yoav Kish, calling the suggestion an attempt to harm democracy in guise of a health crisis
Analysis Can the 'Menachem Begin Project' Drive Netanyahu Crazy Like the Lincoln Project Did to Trump?
The prime minister is a master campaigner with decades of experience in shrugging off criticism. How can Gideon Sa’ar’s hired guns get under Netanyahu’s skin?
Former PM Barak, outgoing chairman Peretz already said they would not seek nomination ■ Netanyahu-backed candidate elected Habayit Hayehudi chair, first woman to lead the far-right party
Although Likud clinches 30 seats, according to Channel 12 News poll, its potential coalition still hovers under 61-seat majority
Two weeks to go: The chances for mergers are highest on the far right, not the mainstream right, even though political scientists are having a hard time figuring out the ideological differences between Naftali Bennett and Gideon Sa’ar
Netanyahu said on Monday that Israel may extend its lockdown for another two weeks in light of high infection rates
Former party leader says he 'found a lot of will and good intentions' among potential political partners, but these 'have not yet matured' and he will not stand for election on January 24
The Yesh Atid chairman and opposition leader previously supported similar deal between the Joint List after last election, but his then-partner Gantz refused
Those opposing the meeting say they refuse to be exploited by and take part in Netanyahu’s election campaign, who has visited three Arab cities in two weeks
In his frantic search for immunity, the premier puts incitement and fear-mongering aside ■ Meanwhile, he plays the puppet master with Bennett and Smotrich, but Yamina leader could yet prove the kingmaker
New hopeless parties are appearing like mushrooms, old centrist parties are collapsing, and the fourth election in a row may not solve anything. LISTEN to our weekly Election Overdose Podcast – episode 3
'It was clear to everyone that Netanyahu's speech was based on systematic and precise studying of public opinion among the Arab public,' political scientist notes, as the four-party Arab alliance mulls its future
The premier's strategy - smart, it must be said - is not merely intended to scrounge up another vote, and leftists will certainly not be able to complain
Dayan says he joined Likud renegade Sa'ar 'out of a sense of commitment to a much-needed change of government'
From Israeli Arabs to U.S. Latinos, minorities are emerging from the grip of the pro-globalization leftist elite that never really cared for them or their advancement
Clashes erupt as Netanyahu visits vaccination center in Nazareth, in a third campaign stop in an Arab city ■ Haaretz photographer attacked by police ahead of the visit, Joint List lawmakers removed
Party sources hope that a new leader will breathe life into Labor, whose progenitor formed Israel and is now lingering in the polls well below the electoral threshold
The parties that have sworn not to form a government with Netanyahu would win 62 out of 120 Knesset seats, according to the latest poll by Channel 12 News
Kahol Lavan leader calls for Netanyahu’s opponents to come together, says he is willing ‘to sacrifice a lot’ to achieve unity
If and when American Jews emerge from their own country’s horror show and pay attention to Israel’s upcoming election, they won't like what they'll see. As Trump exits the White House stage, more right-wing nationalists are surging towards power in Israel