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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.
Elections are supposed to be a celebration of democracy and the ability of citizens to weigh in on the issues, to take positions, to debate in public.
By GERSHON BASKIN
In light of the continued power struggle between Fatah and Hamas, the prospect of holding new elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip is slim to none.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
She spoke to CNN and defended a tweet she posted in 2012 that claimed that “Israel has hypnotized the world.”
By MICHAEL WILNER
Gabbard has also been a vocal critic of Israel and has frequently criticized the state for its use of live fire against Palestinians, including last year amidst riots at the Gazan border.
The poll, carried out over the last three days, further revealed that 52% of respondents believe the Joint List does not represent them.
By EYTAN HALON
The former Harvard Law professor is known as a champion of consumers, having established the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in 2011 under President Barack Obama.
Seffi Kogen, the Global Director of Young Leadership for the American Jewish Committee, counts at least four other lawmakers who in their lifetimes had refugee status, and two of them are Jewish.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
Israelis have been hearing a lot of doomsday calls lately about the future of our tiny land, with reports claiming that in as soon as 30 years, we’ll have run out of room.
By ZIONA GREENWALD
If the investigations are serious, and if the evidence is substantive and carefully examined, there can be nothing undemocratic about the procedure.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
With the Israel Democracy Institute's "tag yourself" online survey, citizens can determine how they fare in comparison to their fellow citizens.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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