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Israel left in limbo as political deadlock left unresolved - analysis

None of the sides reached an agreement on how to share power and form a government in initial talks.

06/04/2021

What will Palestinian elections mean for Israel?

Palestinian elections at this time could conceivably be a time of renewal, a time for stock-taking and new thinking.

Protesters go political: 'Democratic Party' launches at Balfour protest

"Starting Saturday - the social upheaval becomes a political force."

4th Jewish Interactive Media Summit

WATCH LIVE: 4th Jewish Interactive Media Summit kicks off

The Jerusalem Post's health correspondent Maayan Hoffman joins a panel of experts to talk world disasters and antisemitism

Conscientious objectors Yasmin Ricci-Yahav (Left) and Maya Brand-Feigenbaum (right)

IDF releases teen imprisoned for refusing to enlist

"We have all grown up in a world where we have been taught to fear and to distance ourselves from the other side, but I believe there is another way to face the complex reality in which we live."

By LEON SVERDLOV
27/08/2019
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a cabinet meeting, December 9th, 2018

Why coalition ministers protest against themselves

The ministers are calling to crack down on terror, but what they are really doing is signaling to their base.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donald Trump

Top Jewish Democrat: Netanyahu, Dermer wrong to defend Trump on antisemitism

Ron Klein came to Israel to meet with government leaders and opinion settlers.

03/12/2018
Ron Dermer

Member of Knesset demands recall of Dermer for ignoring Keyes warning

Karin Elharar says ambassador should "pay the price" for his silence.

16/09/2018
Julie Weinberg-Connors

U.S. Jewish activist detained at airport over previous West Bank visits

Weinberg-Connors arrived in Israel with the intention of making aliyah at a later stage. A-1 visas are only granted to those who are eligible to make aliyah according to the Law of Return.

Supporters of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attend his election rally in Istanbul

Whitewashing far-right parties in the Middle East

The decision to remove “right” and “left” from the political landscape of the greater Middle East is partly an Orientalist way of othering the region

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