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An expected deal this weekend between Labor and Meretz to run together is expected to harm Barak’s chances of entering the next Knesset.
His violent discourse disqualifies him from leading this country again, not to mention his pillaging of Jerusalem
In the weeks ahead, do not be surprised if the leaders of other parties show up at your local mall, restaurant or beachfront.
Israel’s Supreme Court will likely overturn Central Elections Committee’s decision to ban Ra’am-Balad, political scientists believe.
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
I was particularly appalled by the outrageous comments of Rabbi Benny Lau, who compared Otzma Yehudit, and by extension Bayit Yehudi, to the Nazis.
By STEWART WEISS
Forbes Israel put together a list of Israel's richest politicians. Benjamin Netanyahu comes in fourth place; Nir Barkat takes the top spot.
By MAARIV ONLINE
It is customary to bad-mouth the Knesset due to the behavior and conduct of some of its members, who have vulgarized its proceedings, and lack even a minimum of decorum.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The deputy health minister outlines his health care accomplishments and digs in on haredi opposition to compromise regarding religious affairs.
By JEREMY SHARON,YAAKOV KATZ
Unfortunately, for the time being, the Center-Left seems to be having difficulties getting its act together.
Now, when we’re 78 days to the next election, it’s important to remember that the Knesset is what we make of it.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
It remains to be seen if Ta'al, running as an individual party, can pass the electoral threshold.
By GIL HOFFMAN,ALON EINHORN
Likudniks don't want Benjamin Netanyahu to go.
By GIL HOFFMAN
This Knesset approved the Zionist Union's request to divide. After the move, the Labor party will have 18 MKs and Hatenua 6.
By ALON EINHORN
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