In a recording leaked on Monday, the Kahol Lavan leader didn't rule out sitting in a Netanyahu-led coalition, but now says remarks were made prior to details of the prime minister's draft indictment were released
Contrary to past statements, Benny Gantz is heard in recording saying he would also form a coalition with ultra-Orthodox parties if need be
The amendment to the Basic Law that disqualified Otzma Yehudit's Michael Ben Ari was originally drafted by the right to be used against Arab parties and their candidates
Sinclair Lewis’ 1935 dystopian novel is a blast from the past that warns Israelis, to paraphrase Herzl’s famous words: 'If you will it, it is no hallucination'
In a democracy, one must be particularly wary of a political majority that seeks to deny a national minority political representation
Amos Gilad reports that Netanyahu gave Germany approval to sell advanced submarines to Egypt in what Kahol Lavan chairman calls 'the most serious corruption affair in the country’s security history'
Retired Judge Awni Habash says decision to resign comes after he was subjected to political pressure
The rise of Moshe Feiglin's extremist, albeit pro-pot party overshadowed an otherwise dull week of campaigning, featuring Bibi's battles with supermodels
In response to prime minister’s petition against decision not to allow him to fund legal defense with donations from associates, committee in State Comptroller’s Office says Netanyahu failed to answer key questions regarding plea
After a 30-year career that brought him to the pinnacle of Intel in the U.S., Perlmutter has joined Orli Levi-Abekasis’ Gesher Party
'Gantz or shvantz,' scoundrel in Hebrew slang, is the appropriate slogan in response to the 'Bibi or Tibi' debased election campaign
Yael Abecassis comes under fire for saying that 'people on the right don't represent humaneness' in response to anti-Arab comments
At the start of March 1969, Israelis did not consider the 70-year old a serious contender for the premiership — but just three weeks later she had the job. Here's how history was made 50 years ago
His Zehut Party offers a bizarre platform of Torah, Milton Friedman and Meir Kahane. On paper it doesn’t make sense and in the real world, it would be a disaster
Martin Luther King once said, 'The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict.' We must not find ourselves there
'Wonder Woman' actress says the party used the image without her consent
In latest round of tit-for-tat recriminations between the two, Bennett calls out the Kahol Lavan leader for knowingly endangering Israeli soldiers for the sake of 'fake morality' during the 2014 Gaza war
The rise of Moshe Feiglin, a far-right champion of legalization, has pulled pot to the fore in election campaigns. Where do the other political parties stand?
Premier also using poll ahead of April 9 ballot to see whether Israelis want him as finance minister
Orel Ben David is accused of circulating Avichai Mendelblit's personal details in WhatsApp groups and online, leading to harassment
Polls show Meretz barely reaching the electoral threshold. With a new slogan and hopes for 'upheaval,' the party hopes to bring change
Rotem Sela challenges the motto “democracy without Arabs” peddled by Netanyahu – and puts his so-called opposition to shame
Avichai Mandelblit rejects Miri Regev's request for authority to pull funding from institutions for their content, says it 'seriously infringes on freedom of expression'
Former fashion and television star also vows to make medical cannabis more accessible in Israel
Rivlin joins heated debate that was sparked when a TV presenter slammed culture minister's comment on Arabs in government and got slammed by Netanyahu
Exclusive survey finds that Gantz-Lapid alliance Kahol Lavan would get 31 Knesset seats if elections were held today, casting doubt on centrist union's hopes to head new government ■ Feiglin's Zehut party passes electoral threshold, becoming tie breaker.
For the sake of transparency, Arabs and Jewish democrats must demonstrate maturity and announce that they will forge an alliance, to be called 'the alliance of the coerced,' against Netanyahu
Benny Gantz, Netanyahu's main challenger, says Israel Hayom's reports are false and were published to harm his political career
Rabbi Rafi Peretz later apologized for the wording of his statement