Annexation Is Happening Whether Netanyahu Is Reelected Or Not

by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man Four years ago, on the eve of Israeli elections, Benjamin Netanyahu promised in a television interview that there would never be a Palestinian state on his watch. He retracted the statement a few days after winning,… Continue Reading  

Israel’s Upcoming Elections and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

by Ofer Zalzberg Current polls project that the governing Likud party will secure enough seats in the Knesset for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to put together a new right-wing governing coalition, similar to the one he now leads. Netanyahu’s campaign… Continue Reading  

No Good Choices in Israel’s Election

by Mitchell Plitnick With elections in Israel looming in six weeks, Israelis are watching Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who is expected to announce his decision on whether he is going to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of fraud,… Continue Reading  

To Unseat Netanyahu, His Challengers Risk Becoming Just Like Him

by Dahlia Scheindlin A visual expression of the Israeli election campaign would look a lot like a Jackson Pollock painting. All of the parties running were required to finalize their lists on Thursday, and declare whether they would merge, split… Continue Reading  

Israeli Ex-Atomic Chief: Iran 10 Years Away from Nuclear Weapons

by Jasmin Ramsey Another Israeli expert has contradicted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s assessment of Iran’s nuclear program. “The Iranian nuclear program will only be operational in another 10 years,” said Uzi Eilam, the former head of the Israel Atomic Energy Commission,… Continue Reading