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January 16, 2019
Everybody loses from the left’s false narrative about Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as two Israeli leftists recently admitted, is far more moderate than his hardline image. But by portraying him as an extremist, the left has tarnished Israel among both American Jews and the Democratic Party.
January 10, 2019
The ‘anybody but Bibi’ camp’s bluster
When Tzipi Livni and her ilk try to promote the idea that Netanyahu is a greater danger to Israel than Islamist missiles and butcher knives covered in Jewish blood, most of us just sigh and yawn.
Israeli Elections Knesset Insider: The divisions before the unions
January 6, 2019
Of the 22 parties currently running, 14 parties are currently all polling within one or two seats above or below the electoral threshold, many within a margin of error. Party leaders will be forced to make compromises and political alliances, or risk not making it through to the parliament.
Israeli Labor officials said to explore ways to replace Avi Gabbay as party leader
January 4, 2019
Ahead of the party’s Feb. 11 primaries, Knesset member Eitan Cabel says, “We must not let the Labor party die.”
Smadar Bat Adam
January 2, 2019
Tzipi Livni: A tireless schemer
“A party is just a platform,” she told the antiquated rubes among us who still believe in ideology.
Amid major political shake-ups, Netanyahu’s Likud Party is solid
January 1, 2019
The recent shifts are likely only the first in Israel’s rapid election cycle that culminates at the national polls on April 9.
Zionist Union splits amid surprise announcement from Labor Party chairman
January 1, 2019
In the latest political shift ahead of the 2019 Israel elections, Zionist Union chairman Avi Gabbay issued an unexpected announcement that he would dissolve his partnership with Hatnua chair Tzipi Livni.