Will Ehud Barak, a founder of Israel's 'pro-peace' party, renounce his infamous 'no [Palestinian] partner' remarks, a myth that's now doctrine for the Israeli right, U.S. Jewish groups – and the Trump administration?
Haaretz reached out to new immigrants to Israel to see what's the biggest issue for them this election
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
Sources in Israeli left-wing alliance say campaign intended to attract voters 'even at price of Labor not entering Knesset'
Gantz's party fired back, saying Democratic Union's Ehud Barak 'could teach a course in crawling into Netanyahu governments’ ■ Right-wing alliance promises legalization of West Bank settlements, liberal economy
'We believe that we must restore hope to the residents of the Gaza Strip, not deterrence,' said a Meretz source
Ambassador Reda Mansour, a Druze, says he and his family were treated as suspects upon arrival at Tel Aviv airport ■ Spokesman says 'nothing wrong,' arguing he 'chose to be offended' ■ Foreign minister 'won't let it happen again'
In the U.S., political unity is rewarded — but in Israel, small, marginal political forces have all the power
Union between Ehud Barak’s Democratic Israel, Meretz and former Labor MK Stav Shaffir has left Labor members confused, angry and worried for the party’s future
The left is learning that it needs to unite to beat the right, but if it wants to succeed in the long term, the Democratic Union can't be democratic in name only
Horowitz says alliance is 'setting out on a path that will lead to regime change in Israel'; Barak, placed 10th on slate, vows to 'give Netanyahu a fight,' while Shaffir calls for Israeli Arabs to see union as their allies
Opinion Galvanized Israeli Leftists Can Thank Jeffrey Epstein for the Shock Barak-Shaffir-Meretz Alliance
In new Bizarro World, left unites instead of splintering and vain politicians stifle their egos in order to defeat Netanyahu
New Democratic Union alliance should allow Meretz to fight another day, but places extra pressure on other center-left parties in September’s do-over election
Talks of a joint Barak-Meretz run in September have Labor fearing it might spell its end in the ballot but there's one thing holding Peretz back
Labor members in talks with former PM and Meretz, despite chairman's commitment not to join forces ■ Barak wants first dibs on ministerial portfolio in joint slate
'I can be part of the solution,' says Barak, who was PM when deadly clashes happened ■ Arab Meretz lawmaker who initially rejected merger with Barak over handling of protests calls apology 'a good start'
Only outside intervention can still compel them to discard petty arrogance for the sake of the Israel that they vowed to protect, as in the proposed list below
'A vote for Labor is a vote for Netanyahu,' Meretz leader blasts as Peretz refuses to rule out joining Likud government after Israel's September election
Meretz chairman also slams union with Orli Levi-Abekasis, saying Amir Peretz is setting the ground for joining a Netanyahu-led government
Union of Meretz, Labor and Ehud Barak's party is projected to only shuffle two seats within the center-left bloc
Labor chairman Peretz 'hasn’t given green light to start negotiations' despite August 1 deadline, source says ■ Former Meretz leader Zandberg secures second spot on slate
As Meretz launched its new campaign ahead of September 17 election, Arab MK Esawi Freige invoked Barak's involvement in the violence of October 2000 ■ Chairman Nitzan Horowitz: We are in talks with everyone