Gadi Eizenkot

Israel elections: After Eisenkot, Shaked doesn't pass threshold in 3 polls

How did the entry of former chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot affect election polls? Here are the numbers.

Yet another top general in the mix as Eisenkot enters race -analysis

With economic issues central in these elections, Gantz and Sa’ar trumpeted a man whose positions on these issues is fairly unknown.


Israel Elections: New poll finds no bloc can form a government

According to a new poll, the bloc of parties supporting Netanyahu would earn 59 seats, while the opposing bloc would earn 51.

Naftali Bennett's coalition is continuing to crumble

Silman denies extortion attempt on Orbach, who is mulling toppling Bennett • Coalition loses vote on minimum wage • Former IDF chief to enter politics


Energy minister visits green energy facility at Ashdod Port

This is a world-first system using solar energy to compress air to 80 bars totally emissions-free, generating all-purpose electricity.

BARKAT TAKES an election-night photo with a Bibi-masked man at Likud Party headquarters in Tel Aviv

Likud MK Barkat calls for patience on Netanyahu plea decision

Netanyahu faced criticism over the weekend from former IDF chief of staff Gadi Eizenkot, who is likely to enter politics soon.

From right to left: Chairman of the Volunteer Council Adv. Yoram Sagi Zaks, President Reuven Rivlin,

Rivlin hosts his final ceremony for President's Prize for Volunteerism

President Reuven Rivlin celebrated volunteers from a multitude of backgrounds in one of his last events as president

Poll finds Sa’ar cooling off after two days

The addition of Derech Eretz MKs Yoaz Hendel and Zvi Hauser on Wednesday did not appear to give Sa’ar a boost.

Gadi Eizenkot IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen.

Former IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot undecided on entering politics

"Nothing has been settled yet. The decision on whether to enter politics and with whom will be only when the Election Day is set."

Former IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot

A new left wing party won't change the country's fortunes - analysis

Casting longing eyes toward Eisenkot as some kind of political savior seems a relic of a bygone era.

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