Netanyahu's new junior partner, whom the center-left camp tried almost by force to dress in Yitzhak Rabin's bloodstained uniform, was staring down two awful possibilities
In a criminal exploitation of the historic coronavirus crisis, Netanyahu and his party prevented parliamentary proceedings in an effort to neutralize Gantz's majority
My father, my daughter and I spent Saturday racing madly from supermarket to supermarket for fear we would die of hunger
Bibi’s supporters, who admire his cruelty, have been joined by so many Israelis who are exhausted by the repeat general elections
Netanyahu is trying to impart a message – to those who are exhausted, who are revolted by the idea of a fourth election – that only a vote for him will end this circus
Ambiguous talk about imposing sovereignty in the West Bank is nice, the Jordan Valley is cute and the pro-Israeli tone is certainly pleasant to right-wing ears. But the aspirations of the settlers are much larger
The difficulty in forging a slate between people who have no fundamental differences of opinion show that culture wars and ethnic rifts still drive Israeli society
Ayman Odeh tells Haaretz why his photo with Benny Gantz was historic, why his most important message is unity on the whole left, and whether he’ll ever establish a truly Jewish-Arab party
Veterans of the Israeli left lay out what they believe would save it. So why does the coming March election spell trouble?
Yair Lapid giving up his spot as potential PM shows the Kahol Lavan leadership has learned, and might finally bring about Bibi's downfall
Despite corruption indictment and a growing challenge from within the party, what irks Likudniks the most is someone from outside trying to show them who’s boss
Some 1,500 protesters in Tel Aviv called on the prime minister to resign, while dozens came to his official residence in Jerusalem to tell him: 'You'll never walk alone'
Israel may have broken its cycle of elections but at the cost of a barrage of missiles on its southern front and uncertainty in the north
But going past the declarations of victory and a certain sense of hope, in real life, Gantz doesn’t have a government