Disdain for Netanyahu and the right reflects the ideological collapse of the left. Don’t be surprised if in a few years Gideon Sa’ar, Gilad Erdan and Naftali Bennett have replaced Bibi in their ‘resemblance to Meir Kahane’
Taboola promoted negative articles on the closing of a company formerly chaired by Benny Gantz but later nixed the campaign claiming it does not publish political content
Likud has selected the most right-wing slate in its history and Israel is cheering just because a few of the marginal menaces like legislator Hazan were ousted
Sa’ar isn’t the most honest of men, Katz is a wheeler-dealer and Kahlon has shown extreme cynicism, but at least legal scholar Roy Shapira has spoken some sense
PM couldn’t take David Levy and he drove Moshe Kahlon out of the party. In this week's Likud primaries, the Mizrahim around him had no chance of finishing anywhere near the top.
There is a simple way to be rid of both the evils of the primaries in both Likud and Labour, and the enervating arbitrariness of parties led by one autocratic leader
The voters didn’t agree to the prime minister's war against Gideon Sa'ar. Nor did they heed Netanyahu regarding their other candidates
Israelis pay so much in military service and taxes and get so little that they're used to surviving on crumbs. And now the election campaign has stalled the faltering machinery
Does success in the primary list guarantee a ministerial role? What’s going to happen to Gideon Sa’ar? Does the Likud list have any significance within the party if Netanyahu has to step down?
The top four top names on the Likud slate after Tuesday's primary are Netanyahu's worst nightmare – four experienced politicians who party members see as viable candidates to replace him
Netanyahu rival Gideon Sa'ar comes in fourth despite prime minister's efforts to oust him
About half of 120,000 Likud members cast their ballots ■ Netanyahu votes at private polling station, while Gideon Sa'ar is greeted by adoring fans
Netanyahu got used to Likud as his footstool, and hates the notion of other centers of power in politics besides himself
As always, election season brings out the creativity in everyone. Here are Haaretz's picks for the zaniest campaigns and candidates in the Likud primary
There are eight prominent candidates who see themselves as potential future leaders, but the next party head may yet come from a prodigal son or daughter returning to the fold
Likud is to be praised for sticking to a primary, but below the thin veneer of internal democracy, the ruling party focuses on one goal: rescuing Netanyahu's seat
At male-dominated party convention in Jerusalem ahead of Tuesday's vote, shoo-ins and hopefuls courted an array of political veterans, amid excitement over local soccer
Everyone knows that the places of the ministers and of returning ex-minister Gideon Saar are relatively safe - the real battle is over the second and third groups of 10
Gideon Sa'ar responds: 'I'll behave like the responsible adult, won’t be dragged into a domestic war' ■ Habayit Hayehudi council recommends former IDF chief rabbi Rafi Peretz to head the party
Haaretz sent a list of questions to all political parties, asking their positions on a range of issues from the right to strike to drafting ultra-Orthodox men into the army
Ex-bureau chief David Sharan, suspected of receiving millions for promoting a $2b deal to purchase German submarines, is one of many vying for top spots ■ Who to watch for in Tuesday's vote?
Every election in recent years has been called 'crucial.' Parties pop up and disappear. Generals come and go. And the country still needs a new left
Netanyahu says the measure is necessary to 'increase our chances of victory in the election'
The timing of otherwise unnoticed searches of Palestinian prisoners and the PR they received are no accident, as election season is an ideal time for populist measures Minister Erdan hopes would pay off
When is Netanyahu expected to be indicted? What did Benny Gantz say in his first campaign video? As April 9 election approaches, let's see how well you're keeping up with the news
Analysis Netanyahu’s Shadow Adviser and the Cache of Voter Phone Numbers That Could Come Back to Haunt Him
Netanyahu is expected to use the services of prominent pollster John McLaughin, who advised him in the 2015 campaign, now that the prime minister's former associate is now advising his right-wing competition
Netanyahu’s personal vendetta against the rule of law harnesses the right’s historic grievances against the bedrock institutions of the modern Jewish state
Madhat Yusuf was shot and bled to death in the town of Nablus in October 2000 ■ Netanyahu defended Gantz on several occasions after the incident
Likud claims responsibility for sign that originally appeared without party logo, a day after Netanyahu publishes video targeting AG regarding decision on corruption probes
5 million followers (many from Brazil) ■ Enthusiastic comments (some by bots) ■ Financed posts (but we don't know the sums) ■ This is why Netanyahu no longer needs traditional outlets