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.