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In a fiery speech, the country’s top Arab politician imagines what was previously considered impossible: a Jewish-Arab coalition to topple Benjamin Netanyahu
The Attorney General’s misguided decision to charge the Prime Minister with bribery and breach of trust may spell trouble for the future of Israeli democracy
Happy birthday, Ehud Barak!
If the Israeli right keeps winning elections without any real challenge, the country’s liberal democratic institutions will continue to crumble
Can Tamar Zandberg survive the scandal?
Meni Naftali worked security for the Israeli prime minister and his wife Sara, and now wants the world to know what they are really like
Known in Israel as “Doctor Fear,” the political strategist gave the prime minister his 1996 upset victory
Snoopy, she ain’t: Meet Kaya Netanyahu, the Prime Minister’s mouthy mutt who brought the Knesset back from summer vacation for a special urgent vote
A sophisticated social media campaign propelled the newcomer past the party’s elite and its candidate, Amir Peretz
Once Israel’s biggest party, Labor, which elected a new head this week, is losing ground, offering left-leaning parties everywhere a lesson on how not to do politics
The Haredi, Mizrahi feminist from Mitzpe Ramon wants to upend the Labor Party, and her campaign video is going viral
How a failure to come to an agreement to allow equal access to the holy site for the non-Orthodox would reverberate across world Jewry
Who could be the first woman to lead the Jewish state since Golda Meir? And why is it taking so long?
Following an Israeli news report that 88 percent of Israel’s female lawmakers experienced harassment, MKs who told their stories hope they sent an empowering message to women
In Herzliyah, the former Israeli defense minister announced he’d run for prime minister against his former boss, whose leadership has ‘ceased to function’
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