Pre-election rhetoric doesn’t equal post-election policy.
Peace became the left’s byword, and peace had become synonymous with terrorism.
A ḥaredi journalist sees hope for a more unified Israel.
Mansour Abbas has revolutionized his community’s politics.
The meaning of the first majority-Orthodox government.
Ḥaredim can rise to the moment.
Apocalyptic rhetoric about Israeli (and American) elections ignores reality.
Understanding the appeal of the far right.
“An uprising wrapped in a bear hug.”
What the parties stand for, from There Is a Future to the Pirates.
How the Jewish state found itself going to elections yet again, and what reforms might, at last, bring some stability.
Itamar Ben-Gvir promises only the Lebanonization of Israel.