Arab Israeli Conflict
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Democratic process by which leaders are chosen. Israel must hold parliamentary elections at least once every five years
Harris has some Jewish nuggets in her history.
Gabbard said "the issue of war and peace" would be the main focus of her campaign.
"We’ll reject Trump’s plan in the first five minutes"
Unlike in the previous three years, the Leumiada, formerly known as the Likudiada, did not feature a mock primary.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Arguably the most serious effort ever made by an Israeli party to attract English-speaking voters came in 2003 from Natan Sharansky’s Yisrael Ba’aliya.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Kremlin spokesperson Dimitri Paskov comments come in the wake of Shin Bet head Nadav Argaman's announcement that a foreign government "is trying to intervene – and I know what I am talking about.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"This split must not lead to the establishment of the fifth Netanyahu government," he said. "We will not forgive ourselves if that happens."
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
Shin Bet head Nadav Argaman warned of the high probability of foreign intervention in the upcoming elections.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
A cartoon of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is depicted throwing knives at Attorney-General Avihai Mandelblit.
Tzohar released a document calling for "elections held in pure spirit" in which signers pledge not to involve family members of other politicians when they confront them.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
In 2015 Netanyahu warned Arab voters would arrive at the polls "in droves." Now Arab politicians are using it as their slogan.
The ad mocked Gantz's ads by using their same army green color but depicting statistics about poor kids and closed businesses.
This was proven once again Sunday morning, when two parties unveiled slogans that are virtually untranslatable.
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