It’s all very well to criticize the right for preying on the insecurity and fears of voters, but if you won’t acknowledge that people have very real fears that are making them feel insecure, they won’t vote for you.
'You can’t get elected if you’re preaching to your own and your story is poor me,'' says former British Peace Now head.
The U.K. prime minister will be too busy dealing with Europe and Scotland to provide anything other than moral support for Israel.
Voters saw Labour's Miliband as an unworthy leader while fearing the Scottish National Party if no big party won a clear victory.
Though it now seems likely that the Conservatives remain in power, the implications of this election for Britain are massive.
World War II has become an embarrassment: How long before the same thing happens to the Holocaust?
With a prime minister whose sole goal is to remain in office, even motivated ministers like Shaked and Kahlon will find it hard to get anything done.
UKIP hurting incumbents in England while Scottish Nationalists are hammering Labour in north as Britons go to polls Thursday.
In her campaign for the U.K. election, Sarah Sackman, a dynamic young lawyer who speaks Hebrew slang, has made major inroads against her rival in Britain's most Jewish constituency – without avoiding the Israel issue.
He may have been the most intelligent and ruthless player in a cast of would-be heirs to Netanyahu, but the rule remains: Bibi is not going to anoint a successor.