What will this do for the electoral fortunes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu? The targeting of Jabari is Netanyahu's Hurricane Sandy.
The Likud party primaries later this month hold many pitfalls for Benjamin Netanyahu, most notably populist declarations by hawkish candidates and the absence of mizrahi faces.
The latest poll from Channel Two shows the right-wing-religious bloc is down to a slim majority of 63 MKs. But numerous methodological flaws cast doubts on the poll's accuracy.
Though the former prime minister has long been touted as the great white hope of the center-left, too many undecided factors blight his potential return.
The sense that the kibbutzim have long ceased to be the vanguard of the Zionist movement has been decisively affirmed by the poor showing of their candidates in the left-wing party primaries.
The hostilities along the Israel-Gaza border and probable escalation to ensue won't change the course of the campaign.
In Anshel Pfeffer's new blog on the Israeli elections, he surmises that Israel is a tribal society and Netanyahu is the only multi-tribal politician.
The fourth and final installment in Anshel Pfeffer's series on Jews north of the English border.
In the U.S. election, 70 percent of Jewish voters in effect chose Obama over Netanyahu as their leader.
Row brewing over fans' nickname for Tottenham Hotspur.