What on earth is going on in Israeli politics right now, explained
Why Netanyahu’s case for his reelection fails on its own terms
In Kyiv, the first meeting between the two world leaders of Jewish descent was short on accomplishments but big on symbolism
How Trump Bullied Israel Into Punishing His Political Opponents, to the Jewish State’s Great Detriment
Last month, Netanyahu said Israel would allow Congresswomen Omar and Tlaib into the country. But after private pressure and public threats from Trump, he suddenly reversed course. The decision is disastrous for Israel, but great for the American president. And that’s the point.
Israel’s decision to bar Tlaib and Omar from visiting may not be wise, but all talk of violation of democratic norms is moronic
The ad claimed that the word “conundrum,” which Lapid used in a CNN interview, was not a real word. The dictionary, however, disagrees. The dispute matters more for Israel’s elections than you might think.
The Knesset just voted to re-run Israel’s election seven weeks after the last one. Here’s how it happened, and five things that could determine whether the result is the same–or dramatically different.
Here’s what the media and pollsters fail to get about Bibi’s enduring appeal
Immigration to the modern Jewish state has often been chaotic at best. But the insistence that nefarious motives guided its placement work with refugees is unsupported by archival evidence.
In a fiery speech, the country’s top Arab politician imagines what was previously considered impossible: a Jewish-Arab coalition to topple Benjamin Netanyahu
What lies beneath seven years of Israeli rhetoric about Iran?
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigned Wednesday after a deal was reached with Hamas, prompting speculation that early elections will be called
The slain prime minister’s granddaughter lashes out at Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli government
Current Hamas Political Bureau Member and former military commander, convicted of directing terror bombings that killed over 120 Israelis, including the bombings of the Sbrarro Pizza in Jerusalem and the Dolphinarium Discotheque in Tel Aviv, speaks to Tablet about the ongoing Gaza cease-fire negotiations with Israel
Yaakov Amidror believes Israeli muscle has left the Jewish state with only ‘1 1/2’ security problems: Iran and Hezbollah. But that doesn’t mean the next conflict won’t be ‘a very, very nasty war.’
Why did Benjamin Netanyahu serve dessert to Japan’s prime minister inside a pair of brogues?