Ra'am, Balad and Hadash-Ta'al waiting to learn Israeli election fate

Updated exit polls later showed that Balad was close to crossing the threshold, which could wipe out Netanyahu's majority.

Google Doodle for Israel's election day

Israel Elections: Which parties, politicians are Israelis Googling?

Here are the parties and candidates that were searched the most in Israel in the past week up until the election, according to Google Trends.

Leaked Smotrich comments begs the question: Why is working with Ra'am bad?

The context of Smotrich's remark was whether Netanyahu was willing to rely on support from Ra'am Party to form a government after the last election.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and MK Bezalel Smotrich

Smotrich calling Netanyahu ‘liar’ is the chance for Likud to lose seats - analysis

No, Smotrich’s comments are not likely to have an impact on which bloc forms the government. Where they could have a real impact is if neither bloc proves able to do that yet again.


Smotrich backs out of 'Post' conference after ‘liar of all liars’ comment

In a leaked recording, Bezalel Smotrich said Benjamin Netanyahu lied about never wanting to include the Israeli-Arab party Ra'am in his coalition.

Smotrich in leaked recording: Netanyahu is the 'liar of all liars'

In a leaked recording, Smotrich said Netanyahu wanted to form a coalition with the Israeli-Arab party Ra'am despite saying otherwise.

Countdown to elections: Here's what could still happen - analysis

With two weeks left until Israel heads to the polls once more, there are still several factors that could dramatically shift the outcome of the November 1 elections.

With American friends like these - opinion

One thing the two Congressmen can’t deny is that if any Republican lawmakers were to reprimand Lapid, things will fall apart.


Mansour Abbas: Netanyahu is history, does not have Ra'am's support

The Ra'am party leader criticized Netanyahu sharply, saying he was at fault for the rising crime in Arab society as he failed to address it while Prime Minister.

Balad banned from running in election, Central Election Committee rules

Two Arab parties had faced appeals on grounds for "supporting terror" and reportedly opposing Israel's definition as a Jewish state.

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