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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.
Lately it seems as if some of our elected representatives are competing to see who can put forward the bill that does the most to challenge and undermine Israel’s democratic foundations.
By ALONA VINOGRAD
In a democracy, parliaments are supposed to not only pass laws but also engage in oversight; that is, to ensure that legislation is implemented and identify deficiencies in the government’s work.
By CHEN FRIEDBERG
"We cannot ignore how our words and actions sound. Israel’s leaders must take responsibility for how democratic Israel looks when it behaves thuggishly."
By GIL TROY
Mike Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and the 11th richest man in the world, may finally be ready to take the plunge.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Opposition leader Tzipi Livni: Government "has a real problem with equality."
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The IDU is the counterpart of the Socialist Internationale, which Israel's Labor Party quit in July after it adopted a resolution joining the Boycott Divest and Sanction Israel campaign.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The study from the Jewish People Policy Institute examines a growing political divide over Israel in the U.S.
Ww have used this column time and again to commend journalists for their good work and defend them. There should be nothing special about this. This is normative practice.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
The document, which will also be presented to the 120 members of Knesset, seeks to bring about change in the national discourse.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“There is a hunger among millennials for honest and serious geopolitical, security and other policy conversations related to Israel and the two-state solution.”
By CHARLES DUNST/JTA
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