366,016 votes went to parties that did not pass the electoral threshold, amounting to 8.49 percent of all valid votes
Bennett Takes 'Full Responsibility' for Party's Failure to Enter Knesset After Final Election Results
A final recount has failed to substantiate Hayamin Hehadash's claim of vote-counting irregularities in last week's election ■ Bennett: 'I, and I alone, am responsible for the result'
Election committee gave Hayamin Hehadash access to ballots after party failed to make it into the Knesset, blaming irregularities
After splitting from Habayit Hayehudi, the two superstars were never forgiven for leaving their activists behind
Contradictory reports by elections committee cause confusion about whether or not Hayamin Hehadash passes threshold; Bennett demands recount
The party that founded the State of Israel, and which for much of Likud's years in power was the only one with potential to replace it, has fallen to new lows
Education Minister Bennett tells supporters not to give up hope after Channel 11 and 12 show Hayamin Hehadash will not make it into next Knesset
Extremely Jewish & Incredibly Unified: Libertarianism, Messianism and the Battle Over the Israeli Right
This election, Israel’s far right discovered that it’s not alone in the world. So, how can you tell the difference between Netanyahu and Bennett, Feiglin and Smotrich? A week spent following the far-right leaders shows how blurred the lines have become
Sara Netanyahu slam reporters who work for pro-settler, religious news website as 'leftists,' saying they ‘work for Bennett,’ and taking aim at Israel's justice minister: ‘You call that a pretty woman?’
IN PHOTOS Election Campaign Just Got a Lot Darker: Israeli Designer Draws Candidates in the Underworld
Designer Jan Clayman drew the heroes of the Israeli election campaign as eyeless zombies: 'Most of them don't see us, we're nothing to them,' he explains
Letter obtained by Channel 12 News shows Netanyahu's wife tried to collect damaging information on Bennett and his 'left-wing, secular' wife ahead of the 2013 election
Naftali Bennett wrote to the attorney general, saying the prime minister won't call a cabinet meeting over Gaza, prefers to handle it himself
Why I have no complaints against Justice Minister Shaked's 'Fascism' ad
According to the Naftali Bennett, Benny Gantz's strict open-fire rules of engagement hen he was chief of staff enabled Hamas to abduct IDF Lt. Hadar Goldin, whose body is still held by militants in the Strip
The attack at Ariel junction and the Supreme court ruling disqualifying Kahanist Ben Ari but allowing Balad and Cassif is good luck for Bennett and Shaked
A new election ad featuring Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked in sultry poses, spraying herself with a perfume labeled 'Fascism,' has the look and feel of a satiric sketch, but it's no send up
If Israel’s centrist camp wants to survive, it must fight for the education portfolio. Protecting state education is vital for protecting Israeli society
In latest round of tit-for-tat recriminations between the two, Bennett calls out the Kahol Lavan leader for knowingly endangering Israeli soldiers for the sake of 'fake morality' during the 2014 Gaza war
Co-leader of right-wing Hayamin Hehadash 'generally supports' proposed law to bar criminal investigations against a sitting PM, but not one that would apply retroactively
Meanwhile, Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked fail to release agenda on religion and state affairs in party platform
Israeli education minister calls on U.S. president to reveal plan before April 9 election: 'Deal of the century is progressing and everyone knows what's in it other than Israelis'
Union of Right-Wing Parties members strike back, saying Bennett had encouraged the merge and 'suffers badly from credibility problems'
Netanyahu fires back, says 'it's natural' that Hayamin Hehadash co-chairman is 'stressed and confused'
Oshrat Kotler was responding to a report on the five Israeli soldiers who were recently indicted for beating Palestinian detainees in revenge for the death of their comrades
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’
'The good of the state triumphed over the petty politics of the university cartel,' education minister says
Ayelet Shaked also says she's confident Benjamin Netanyahu will lead next Israeli government, dismisses former IDF chief Benny Gantz as unqualified to lead country
Controversial lawmaker Bezalel Smotrich says his National Union party is in talks with other outfits to run together in the general election on April 9