New York Times
Tepid Vote for Netanyahu in Israel Is Seen as Rebuke
New York Times
TEL AVIV — A weakened Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu emerged Wednesday from Israel's national election likely to serve a third term, according to preliminary results and political analysts, after voters on Tuesday gave a surprising second place to ...
Israel Vote Weakens Premier
In Israel, Netanyahu's party wins but centrists flex muscle, polls show
Israel's Election: What Happened to All the Excitement?
Can Israel Live With A Nuclear Iran?
But others argue that Israel could live with a nuclear Iran because the Israelis have such a powerful military of their own, including nuclear capabilities. In addition, an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear facilities could unleash a cascade of events ...
Israel Elections 2013: Iran is a Shadow Looming Over These Elections
Netanyahu's re-election threatens Israel's identiy as Jewish state
In what will be the most predictable election in the history of Israel, on Tuesday Bibi Netanyahu will win a third term as prime minister. The comatose Israeli left has run on the high cost of living while ignoring the Isreali-Palestinian conflict ...
Overseas Reporting Trip - Israel, West Bank and Gaza
Israel Keeps Palestinian Authority on Life Support
Arab League Calls On Palestinians In Israel To Get Out The Vote
Reuters Blogs (blog)
The limits of US influence in Israel
Reuters Blogs (blog)
A victory in Tuesday's Israeli elections by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud Yisrael Beiteinu alliance and the ascent of even more extreme parties are indications of Israelis' continued move to the right. It is also an indication of ...
Will Israel's Election Help the Peace Process?
But the results, if early exit polls are to be believed, mean that Netanyahu is no longer King of Israel. He lost votes to his right, to the pro-settlement Jewish Home party of Naftali Bennett, and he lost centrist voters (those who wish for, among ...
Netanyahu Claims Victory In Close Israeli Election
"According to the exit polls, it is clear that Israel citizens decided that they want me to continue to serve as prime minister of Israel, and that I form the widest possible majority (coalition). Already this evening I will begin working toward the ...
Israel election setback for Binyamin Netanyahu as centrists gain ground
Binyamin Netanyahu suffered a major setback in Israel's general election when television exit polls indicated the narrowest of victories for the rightwing-religious block and a surprisingly strong showing for a new centrist party formed last year ...
In Israel, ultra-nationalists, centrists and Arabs alike go to the polls
In warm winter sunshine outside a polling station in Har Homa, an Israeli settlement south of Jerusalem, Yoni Shetbon was confident that by morning he would be one of Israel's 120 MKs (members of parliament). But at number 11 on the Jewish Home party's ...
UK: Israel losing support over settlements
"I condemn recent Israeli decisions to expand settlements. I speak regularly to Israeli leaders stressing our profound concern that Israel's settlement policy is losing it the support of the international community and will make a two-state solution ...
It's Election Day in Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu casts his ballot at a polling station on election day on January 22, 2013 in Jerusalem, Israel. Israel's general election voting has begun today as polls show Netanyahu is expected to return to office with a ...