Yuli Edelstein

Yuli Edelstein is a senior lawmaker in the Likud Party.

 Benjamin Netanyahu and Yuli Edelstein seen at the Knesset on November 4, 2021

Israeli Likud lawmaker appears to call on party to replace Netanyahu

Edelstein is one of the Likud members who is considered a possible successor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and his comment seemed to be a call on the party to choose a new leader.

 MK Sharren Haskel, co-chair of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus, speak at the caucus anniversary

Christian leader: Rally for Israel in streets, stop political correctness

The Knesset Christian Allies Caucus celebrates its 20th-anniversary at an event in the Knesset

Coalition will not accept concessions for Israel-Saudi peace, lawmakers warn

The co-chairs of the Land of Israel Caucus expressed optimism over the diplomatic progress made with Saudi Arabia, but warned Israel will not cede its rights.

Russian-born oligarch calls for new liberal coalition to 'protect Israel'

Nevzlin has owned a 20% stake in Haaretz and is the father-in-law of Likud MK Yuli Edelstein.

Oslo Accords: Israel's failures and lessons learned, 30 years later

No peace prospect between Israelis and Palestinians is currently on the table, but much will depend on how political uncertainty in the Palestinian arena plays out.


A Likud Rebel's undelivered speech - opinion

MIDDLE ISRAEL: Well done, Yuli. Now go outside and tell the rest of the world what you just told me. Do that, and you will not just feel great –  you will be great.

Will Israel agree to a US-Iran agreement? - opinion

It appears that there is a growing inclination within Israeli circles toward accepting a framework of understanding between Washington and Tehran.

Israeli MKs publicly accuse Russia of blowing up Kokhovka dam

MKs Yuli Edelstein and Ze'ev Elkin wrote a letter to Ukraine's Zelensky, condemning the attack on the dam which they blames Russia for.


Knesset members relaunch Christian Allies Caucus in Israeli parliament

The cohort includes MKs who have been involved in previous years as well as new recruits. It's co-chaired by MKs Edelstein and Haskel and consists of representatives from various parties.

Israel must balance deterrence, quiet to fight terror - Edelstein

His words stood in stark contrast to the many provocative statements made by coalition partners like Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich and National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir.

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