Moshe Kahlon

  • Moshe Kahlon at a weekly cabinet meeting, November 18, 2018

    Netanyahu wants Likud merger with Kahlon to form ‘mega-conservative party’

    By GIL HOFFMAN

  • Moshe Kahlon at a weekly cabinet meeting, December 23rd, 2018

    Kahlon pleads with voters to let him keep his job

    By GIL HOFFMAN

  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a press conference, February 19th, 2019

    Israel’s elections are about one question – Do we still want Netanyahu?

    By YAAKOV KATZ

  • Levy-Abekasis: 'Read my lips: I’m not quitting'

    By TZVI JOFFRE

  • Achi Israeli party leaders Adina Bar-Shalom and Gideon Sheffer at a party event, December 2018

    Adina Bar-Shalom endorses Kulanu

    By GIL HOFFMAN

  • Achi Israeli party leaders Adina Bar-Shalom and Gideon Sheffer at a party event, December 2018

    Adina Bar-Shalom endorses Kulanu

    By GIL HOFFMAN

  • Moshe Kahlon at a weekly cabinet meeting, December 23rd, 2018

    Middle Israel: The 2019 election’s first loser

    By AMOTZ ASA-EL

  • Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon speaks during a ceremony

    Netanyahu’s coalition partners stick with him as polls show downward trend

    By LAHAV HARKOV

  • Moshe Kahlon (left) and Benjamin Netanyahu (right).

    Kahlon promises a 'majority' for Likud after elections

    By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

  • Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon speaks at his Kulanu Party campaign launch in the city of Ashkelon, Ja

    Kahlon brings class warfare into Kulanu campaign

    By LAHAV HARKOV

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