If the Israeli left were really interested in changing the government and ending the conflict with the Palestinians, it wouldn’t strive so hard to dismiss other options
As Netanyahu's legal troubles mount, six men are positioning themselves for the post-Bibi era: Yisrael Katz, Gideon Sa’ar, Naftali Bennett, Avigdor Lieberman, Avi Gabbay and Yair Lapid
Israel's religious-ultra nationalist majority uses the taboo of 'unjustified hatred' to silence the minority’s criticism
Israeli politicians such as Yair Lapid, Avi Gabbay, Ehud Barak and Zehava Galon all decry Netanyahu after police confirm the prime minister is suspected of bribery, fraud and breach of trust
MK Jacob Perry was once head of Israel's internal security service and spoke of how it was impossible to rule over the Palestinians. So why is he now heading a group in the Knesset promoting 'military victory over Israel's enemies'?
Bennett to Netiv Ha'avot settlers: 'We'll help you.' Lapid: 'We've become addicted to casting blame instead of taking responsibility'
The problem is that the more the liberal centrists succeed, the more the left will be erased
New Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay poses an existential threat, but the 'boy wonder' does know how to run an election campaign and has shown an impressive knack for survival
Israel doesn't need 50 shades of center-right. New Labor leader Avi Gabbay must present a substantive alternative to Benjamin Netanyahu's worldview
NGO Monitor lobbies to have Western states stop funding Palestinian civil society groups and leftist NGOs in Israel. Yair Lapid will address Spanish parliament, present monitor's report