Arab Israeli Conflict
Middle East News
Hi Tech News
In classic Netanyahu style, he allowed Peretz’ words on the lack of Palestinian voting rights to hang in the air over the weekend, like a piece of laundry one forgot to take down.
Another issue that causes a split in the right-wing bloc is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“There is no problem with a unity government,” Lapid wrote on Twitter. “There is only one man, only one, who has to move aside and go deal with his indictments.”
The fight began when Lapid refused to answer a question on Army Radio about whether Gantz would continue leading the party.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Lapid won’t commit to running as Gantz’s number two again.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Will Netanyahu have to make do with a 60-seat coalition?
"Netanyahu's lawyers scorn the prosecution and the institution of the attorney-general's office. Mandelblit needs to throw them off all of the stairs."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
In a democracy, opposition isn’t only permitted, but it is necessary for the system to work, especially when faced with a prime minister who sees himself as irreplaceable.
By YAIR ZIVAN
“I still have trouble believing that Lihi [Lapid] was fired just because she’s my wife, but these are the times that we live in,” Lapid said.
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz called on the Netanyahu administration to “do what it needs to do.”
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Netanyahu: Campaign not over, requires 'patience and sagacity.'
By HERB KEINON,ANNA AHRONHEIM
“The time has come to stop giving in to Turkish pressure," Yair Lapid said.
Netanyahu employed his electoral skills, ruthlessly dumping his allies at the very end of the campaign to increase his primary vote – a maneuver that led to his success.
By ISI LEIBLER
Please insert a valid email address