Politics | Israeli Politics

Lapid calls Netanyahu to congratulate him on win

PM Yair Lapid has issued instructions for an orderly transfer of power.

Politics | Politics

A Clear Win: Israel Has Decided

Based on the early results, which point to Benjamin Netanyahu as the big winner in these elections, statements saying he

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Balad leader Zahalka opposes recommending Gantz as PM

A Joint Arab List meeting on Saturday ended without a decision to recommend Blue and White leader Benny Gantz for

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Israel Elections Analysis: Who Won & Lost? What the Media is Not Reporting

Basically, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu didn't lose the elections but he didn't win either. Don't miss this deep dive the media is not giving you.

Politics | Opinion

Krauthammer: No peace in our time

Of all the idiocies uttered in reaction to Benjamin Netanyahu’s stunning election victory, none is more ubiquitous than the idea that peace prospects are now dead because Netanyahu has declared that there will be no Palestinian state while he is Israel’s prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection does not portend more strife in the Middle East.

Politics | Media Watch

Bitterly Disappointed CNN Downplays Netanyahu's Likely Upset - Breitbart

All day long CNN has been relentlessly beating the drum and practically celebrating the forgone conclusion that sitting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was about to lose today’s elections. Every move Netanyahu made over the past few weeks that

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Netanyahu hails 'a great victory for our people,' though Herzog in no hurry to concede | The Times of Israel

PM promises to build 'national camp' coalition as quickly as possible; Zionist Union not admitting defeat; TV exit polls show Likud well-placed to build coalition; 71.8% turnout highest since 1999

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Israel's election: Arab parties have high hopes with united front - LA Times

Ayman Odeh was running late, as usual. But like the charismatic politician he is, Odeh lingered over handshakes and looked constituents meaningfully in the eye, sometimes placing his hand atop his own tousled head while he listened carefully to their ques