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Caught between the unpopular necessities of governance and the irrelevance of opposition, Ennahda stands little chance of winning him back.
Despite all the fears, voter turnout was quite respectable (the third-highest rate in the seven elections this century).
Israel is not a sport, and running the country is not a game. There are major challenges that need to be confronted, and opportunities that sadly are being missed.
In the process, Democratic Majority for Israel walked away with some important lessons:
By MARK MELLMAN
Ahead of the California Democratic Party State Convention, which opens in San Francisco on Friday, drafted proposals seek to link Israel to "virulent Islamophobia."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
IDI’s President Yohanan Plesner and Canadian jurist Irwin Cotler on the challenges facing Israeli democracy in the months ahead.
By STEVE LINDE
Political populism has an even more sinister meaning.
By YUVAL SHANY
The poll, taken after the elections from April 17-30 and released on Friday, found that 40% of the American public has a favorable view of Netanyahu.
By HERB KEINON
At some point, it is likely that the Knesset and the Supreme Court will be staring each other down and waiting for the other side to blink – and who blinks first could lead to different paths for Isr
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The fundamental principles of democracy have become hollowed out even more than before.
By ALONA VINOGRAD
Anticipating Republican criticism that her proposal would be too expensive, Warren said her debt cancellation plan and universal free college could be paid for through an "Ultra-Millionaire Tax."
With every shade of political opinion represented by Knesset seats, no one party can emerge as the outright winner.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Election Day is also a reminder of the maturing nation that Israel has become and of the responsibility that weighs heavy on each of us to shape the kind of country we want to live in.
By DAVID BRINN
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