Netanyahu says Israel needs strong ruling party
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday a country with as many enemies as Israel cannot afford a weak ruling party, after polls ahead of Tuesday's parliamentary election showed a slide in his support. Two polls on ...
Netanyahu Sinking Volatility as Polls Show Win: Israel Overnight
Israel: Settlements no obstacle to a Palestinian nation
Israel's new political star Naftali Bennett's Jewish Home party determined to ...
Chuck Hagel is a friend to Israel
As a person who grew up in Israel and now as a rabbi in our home state of Nebraska for the past 25 years, I have found a great love in Chuck's heart for the Israeli people and their desire to live in peace and security. In numerous encounters, I was ...
Rand Paul Just Spent A Week In Israel, And There's A Reason He Nicknamed ...
JERUSALEM — It was hour seven of what was supposed to be a two-hour trip, and things were starting to get a little punchy on board the Rand Paul bus tour through Israel. The luxury coach, which was carrying the Kentucky Senator and his entourage of ...
Polls by the numbers: The story of Israel's 2013 election
More than any other election campaign in Israel, opinion polls have been published almost daily, with some 60 polls published between October 18 and January 18, three days after the early election was officially declared, and the last day polls were ...
Israel's Labour leader rides social discontent
Yachimovich: New centrist parties designed to help PM
Public not PM to determine next Israel's govt. – former FM
Israel's Offsets Soar; More Local Firms Earn a Share
Data for 2012 are not yet available, but Israel's Industrial Cooperation Authority (ICA), the agency responsible for initiating, coordinating and monitoring offsets, shows a considerable hike in local firms doing buyback business with overseas ...
'Blow up' Golden Dome comments catch fire ahead of Israel election (VIDEO)
Jeremy Gimpel, an American-born candidate running in next week's Israeli elections, has inflamed the race after video surfaced of him asking what would happen if two mosques on Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock were blown up and replaced. Gimpel ...
Israel: Election rhetoric includes 'blowing up' mosque
Livni's Party: Disqualify Gimpel
Is it the End of Days for Jeremy Gimpel?
Liberman: Israel won't stop building in Jerusalem
Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman on Saturday repeated statements made by his political partner Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and vowed that Israel will not stop building in Jerusalem. Liberman also commented on recent criticism reportedly ...
Israel's citizens will determine its fate
He explained his U-turn with another line that has become part of the Israeli ethos: "Only a mule doesn't change his mind." Looking at the political map, as reflected by recent polls just days before the vote, there is cause for concern. Apparently ...
Israeli-Arab female politician urges Arab citizens to vote in Israel's elections
In the past four years, Haneen Zoabi has been threatened, spat at, manhandled, accused of being a terrorist and subjected to attempts to expel or disqualify her from the Israeli parliament. The vilification of the feisty Israeli-Arab politician comes ...
Arabs Plan More Tents in New Illegal Outpost
Why Israel is Turning Right
Senior Hamas Member: 2013 Marks End of Israel's Espionage Activities in Gaza
South Sudan says it signed oil deal with Israel
South Sudan says it has signed an agreement with several Israeli oil companies, a potentially significant strategic move that will consolidate Israel's relations with the fledgling, oil-rich East African state. South Sudan's petroleum and mining ...