A sleepy Tel Aviv suburb has become a magnet for protesters, with a group of right-wingers the latest to bring their slogans and placards to Petah Tikva
The prime minister is craving validation and reinforcement. Thursday's Likud meeting, which reaffirmed Netanyahu's role as party chairman, didn’t give him anything other than weak applause and a press release
Lieberman Implies Netanyahu Sent Investigators to Spy on Him, Calls Israel's Culture Minister 'Beast'
Kingmaker and Yisrael Beiteinu Chairman Lieberman also bashes FM Katz as 'pathetic liar' and says that Likud can 'go to hell' if they offer him rotation agreement
'It's not only a question of funding, but of priorities,' Communications Minister David Amsalem says after a woman was allegedly murdered by her husband in Jerusalem
Survey also shows that the results of a potential third election cycle would be nearly identical to September vote
Israel Election Results: Biggest Netanyahu Rival Within Likud Says 'No One Is Challenging' His Status as Party Leader
Gideon Sa'ar, who Netanyahu has accused of trying to overtake him, said earlier this week he would contend for the No.1 spot should Likud hold a primary election
Analysis Alongside Pleas for Unity, Netanyahu Revealed His Bluff: There Will Be No Rotation Agreement
Meeting between the PM and Lieberman mainly benefited the latter ■ And Gantz is wondering from whose experience he should learn
Netanyahu had said holding a primary would 'shatter the illusion of a Likud rebellion,' in a move largely seen as a means to secure his leadership amid a political deadlock in coalition talks
Gideon Sa'ar is gunning for the top spot in Likud - and the premiership. But can he do it in a party where loyalty is the key to succession?
Israel Election Results: Netanyahu Considers Snap Primary to Dispel 'Rebellion Illusion'; Likud Rival: I'm Ready
Netanyahu says primaries are 'holding other party leaders back from joining a national unity government'
Kahol Lavan co-leader Yair Lapid says he's willing to forgo his turn as prime minister for sake of unity government
Progress still elusive as Likud announces that Netanyahu is considering holding a snap primary election to 'shatter the illusion' of a party rebellion
Israel Election Results: Netanyahu Announces Thursday Meeting With Lieberman as Unity Talks With Gantz in Deadlock
Yisrael Beiteinu leader steps into stalled negotiations with informal talks with Likud and Kahol Lavan, vowing his party will keep pushing for broad coalition
Both have run afoul of the law and both are fighting for their lives by inciting hate, sowing division, bucking the system and undermining democracy
Israel Election Results: Likud's Demands in Unity Talks Would Lead to a Third Election Cycle, Gantz's Party Says
First meeting since Netanyahu was tapped to form a government ends with no progress, Likud, Kahol Lavan say
Despite losing the election, the Prime Minister and all his indictments keep holding the country hostage
Election board amends results following investigation into suspected fraud at six polling stations
The expected failure of national unity talks and the inability of both candidates to form a majority could yield a dark horse prime minister that no one expects
Israel Election Results: Rivlin Stalls Decision on Who Forms Government as Gantz, Netanyahu Teams Begin Unity Talks
Negotiations teams representing Likud and Kahol Lavan convened a day after the party leaders met, in what President Rivlin described as 'a significant step'
Israel Election Results: Netanyahu, Gantz Made 'Significant Steps' in First Meeting to Negotiate New Government, Rivlin Says
PM and Kahol Lavan met at Rivlin's residence, locked in stalemate as both insist on being first to serve as PM in rotation deal ■ Netanyahu got 55 recommendations, Gantz 54 – including the backing of Israeli Arab party
Israel Election Results: Three Arab Lawmakers Refuse to Endorse Gantz; Netanyahu Leads With 55 Backers
Balad won't back Gantz, leaving Kahol Lavan with 54 recommendations, while Netanyahu gets 55 ■ Rivlin summons Gantz, Netanyahu for meeting ■ Lieberman meets Gantz after he refused to endorse either candidate
Rare move by Joint List in bid to 'end the Netanyahu era' could give Kahol Lavan leader first chance at forming coalition ■ Lieberman: 'Joint List members are enemies'
It shows just how badly the voters who sent 13 Joint List representatives to the Knesset want to integrate into Israeli society
Election kingmaker lauds change of tune from ultra-Orthodox parties ■ President Rivlin to start consultations Sunday, looking for 'stable government,' top aide says ■ Allegations of fraud referred to police ■ Final count now in
Uniformity, ideological emptiness, and a lack of willingness to change: Israel is united in its desire to keep ignoring its problems
Kahol Lavan MKs say they will sit with Netanyahu ■ Shaked says she isn't sure she will join right-wing bloc ■ Gantz widens edge over Netanyahu as 98% of vote counted