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Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and MK Yair Lapid

Blue and White 'attack ad' causes consternation among religious-Zionists

Bennett: Find an identity not based on hatred, just not Bibi

MK Elazar Stern

Religious Blue and White MKs campaign to attract religious-Zionist voters

"Bayit Yehudi is the Neturei Karta of the religious-Zionist community," said Blue and White MK Elazar Stern.

Former IDF chief of staff Lt.-Gen. (res.) Gabi Ashkenazi

Mediator Ashkenazi seen as ‘game-changer’

Polls have found that unlike other potential political recruits, Ashkenazi has the ability to shift mandates from the Right to the Center-Left.

Culture Minister Miri Regev holds up #YouToo sign, condemning Yesh Atid MK Elazar Stern.

Regev fires back against allegations

At a Knesset debate on Monday, Stern called out Regev, claiming that he "knows how she advanced in the army."

Historic anti-Pay for Slay bill passes into law

The law passed in its final reading by a vote of 87 to 15, with the support of MKs from every faction, except for Meretz and the Joint List.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas gestures during his meeting with Britain's Prince William

To waver or not to waiver on terrorism

Congress is trying to stop PA pay for slay, now it’s time for the Israeli government to get serious, too.


Victory begins at home

The Israel Victory Project’s new approach to the decades-old Israel Palestinian conflict has garnered support both in Israel and the US; on July 4, its ideas will be presented to the public.

Terror Israel

Bill to punish Palestinians for pay-for-slay scheme heads to final vote

“This bill fixes a historic injustice,” Yesh Atid MK Elazar Stern, who proposed the bill, said. “This is a bill that will reduce terrorism.”

Elazar Stern

MK Stern calls on Bennett ‘to use all his political power’ to resolve crisis

No progress by rabbinate since April on creating criteria for certifying overseas rabbis.


Fighting for the future of religious life in Israel

MK Elazar Stern discusses the future of religious life in Israel, the importance of its liberalization, and the dangers of alienating Diaspora Jewry.

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