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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he bows his head following the death of IDF officer M. who was killed during an operation in the Gaza strip Sunday night.
Liberman: Hypocrites think Hamas protests are like Woodstock and we should give them flowers.
Protesters want centrist leaders to unite for the future government following the coming elections.
By TAMAR BEERI
Speaking at a town hall meeting for some 500 English speakers in Tel Aviv, Lapid warned that if centrist parties do not unite for the April 9 election, “It’s going to be a disaster.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“If you want to create real change in this country, you have to do it from the Prime Minister’s Office."
By GIL HOFFMAN
"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
Polls have found that unlike other potential political recruits, Ashkenazi has the ability to shift mandates from the Right to the Center-Left.
For weeks now, the polls have shown that a Gantz-Lapid franken-party will surpass or come close to the Likud’s size.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid and Israel Resilience Party Benny Gantz have joined forces, politicians Left and Right respond as the sands of Israeli politics shift.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
This is not the first video Netanyahu released on Facebook attacking the claims made against him.
The previous billboard put up by Likud read “They will not decide” with a photo of prominent media personalities.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
"He has gone from being Mr. Security to Mr Microphone," Lapid wrote on Twitter.
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