Moshe Ya'alon says minister would have to recognize Israel as a Jewish and democratic state after Israeli Arab leader says willing to sit in center-left coalition
On a tour of the West Bank, Prime Minister Netanyahu promises that Jewish settlers will never be uprooted
The question that Israelis now have to ask themselves is whether they would want Gantz, Barak or Ya’alon as chief of staff after seeing their abilities in civilian life
Dwight Eisenhower warned us about the military-industrial complex. But what about the military-political complex?
Analysis Election 2019: The One Where Liberal Israelis Fantasize About Being Ruled by a Gang of Generals
Only in Israel can three gruff military men emerge as the last line of defense against Netanyahu and his war to degrade democracy and dismantle the rule of law
Former army chief takes aim at prime minister, calls on Lapid to meet 'tonight'
Yesh Atid MK Meir Cohen claims Moshe Ya'alon tried to join his party before joining Hosen L'Yisrael: If Lapid accepted him 'he would have followed him everywhere'
Maybe it isn’t surprising that a system whose task is to fight Israel's real enemies rebels against Netanyahu, the expert in inventing imaginary foes
Benny Gantz’s speech Tuesday was riddled with clichés, but the promise of statesmanship that the leader of the new Hosen L’Yisrael party is selling to the public will find takers
Minister slams political rival for dragging feet on destruction of Hamas tunnels, saying if cabinet followed then military chief's lead hundreds would have died
'The centrist camp is depressed now. It doesn’t have the team spirit that Likud people have. It’s perplexed and confused,' PR manager says
Moshe Ya'alon, who recently launched his own party over two years after leaving Likud, confirmed negotiations with former army chief of staff Benny Gantz on joint Knesset bid
The two are looking into joining forces ahead of April 9 elections, but discussions focus on setting up two separate parties to run as a unified list
It was after his appointment that Avigdor Lieberman began to grasp the strategic reality. Still, signs of relief were apparent when he announced his resignation
Was Leaving Likud the Mistake of Moshe Ya'alon's Life? An Interview With Israel's Ex-defense Minister
Moshe Ya'alon wants to be Israel's next prime minister, but his path to the top is unclear. He explains how his close ties with Netanyahu soured, and why he didn't expose the submarine scandal
The drivel Israel's ex-defense minister spouted last week, essentially supporting institutionalization of the West Bank apartheid regime, is a perfect expression of the country's new mainstream
Former Defense Minister, Courted by Labor Party: There'll Be No Peace, West Bank Can Hold Millions of More Settlers
'The illusion of peace has now evaporated,' said Moshe Ya'alon, but so has 'the illusion of a Greater Land of Israel'
Critics of the follow-on order for 17 of the fighter jets, whose terms were completed last week, say the air force should have waited till the price fell and the bugs were fixed
Recent polls do not show Moshe Ya'alon, a former senior figure in Likud, attracting enough support for a party of his own to secure Knesset representation
Anyone who will do anything so that we don’t live by the sword forever, anyone acting to repair the injustices that were done here, must join the left
Confused by German subs, bribery suspicions and a trusted Netanyahu aide turned witness for the prosecution? Here's a breakdown of each of the investigations
Avi Gabbay has been elected the Labor Party's new chairman, but actually it's former Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon who has the stuff to return Labor to its defense-focused roots
Moshe Ya'alon claims Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his personal lawyer were involved in making deal with ThyssenKrupp
The political system must understand that the golem of the settlements has turned on its creators.
German government officials reportedly confirmed that David Shimron, the German envoy to Israel and a ThyssenKrupp representative met at a Tel Aviv restaurant.
Moshe Ya'alon cautions Israel that its close identification with the Republican Party could cost it support from the Democratic Party in the long run.
Citing hatred against Arabs and corruption as issues topping his agenda, Ya'alon publicly mulls a political comeback for the first time since he quit Netanyahu's cabinet nearly a year ago.
But those responsible for a war that might have been avoided altogether - according to the scathing report of the 2014 conflict in Gaza - are busy slinging mud.
Israeli premier asked then-Defense Minister Ya'alon to appoint a close associate to top Defense Ministry post, but Ya'alon refused.