Yair Lapid giving up his spot as potential PM shows the Kahol Lavan leadership has learned, and might finally bring about Bibi's downfall
Ahead of an all but certain third election in a year, Kahol Lavan co-leader Lapid gives up demand for rotation with Gantz for prime minister, neutralizing a major Likud campaign point
When the Kahol Lavan leader presented Netanyahu waiving immunity as a condition to forming a unity government, he hit the defendant from Balfour Street in his soft underbelly
Likud says talks were scuttled by Kahol Lavan’s Lapid, Ya’alon, but a party official says 'every time we were getting closer, Likud raised claims designed to make us say no'
This is the first meeting between Kushner and the Kahol Lavan chairman, who has been tasked with forming a government after Netanyahu's failure to do so
Analysis Israel Election Results: Netanyahu Clings to Power With Bluff and Bluster – but His Days Are Numbered
Like Richard Nixon, the prime minister’s refusal to depart gracefully will cement his name in history as an unrepentant crook rather than world-class statesman
Incitement seems to be an increasingly common tactic as everyday Israelis battle the 'contagious disease' afflicting the body politic
Reluctant to share the spotlight, the prime minister rails against the media and calls for a boycott in one video, while playing a lovable tour guide helping stranded hikers in another
Kahol Lavan co-leader was accused of anti-Semitism when he portrayed Haredi leaders as extorting money, but figures on education show an even more worrying trend
Lapid claims video was 'a joke' as Netanyahu accuses him of espousing anti-Semitism and a Kahol Lavan source says he is 'deepening rift with Haredi parties'
An inside source admits that if the party wants to win this time around, things have to look differently and shift rightward
Kahol Lavan co-chair responds to comments by Avigdor Lieberman, who said that he will aim for a unity government in order to exclude the ultra-Orthodox parties
In elections dubbed fateful, the center-left will make do with candidates such as Gantz and Lapid who were chosen only by themselves
Kahol Lavan's Yair Lapid says the party will make Likud's life miserable from the opposition
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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
Kahol Lavan party says the two discussed recent developments in Syria, Iran and the situation in Gaza
Bnei Brak has one of the largest Haredi populations in Israel, with an increasing number of them voting for nonreligious parties. They may disagree on who they’ll be backing on April 9, but one thing unites them — boycotting Yair Lapid
For Netanyahu, the fear of the Arabs is a political tool, which he has no problem using. But how can Gantz keep quiet?
Moshe Feiglin’s party is now above the electoral threshold, but even Bibi might be cool to a politician who wants to rebuild the Temple and privatize hospitals
The problem is that 'opposition' candidates Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid and generations of Israelis suckled an outsized fear of anti-Semitism with their mother’s milk
Fewer women will be in the next Knesset, while business report shows Israeli women languishing relative to OECD countries
The co-leader of Kahol Lavan also tells English-speaking audience that Israel has a crisis on its hands with a prime minister he no longer recognizes