Peace became the left’s byword, and peace had become synonymous with terrorism.
Even after a decade of electoral failure, the Labor party prefers to console itself with platitudes about the reasons why. It won’t be successful until it confronts the truth.
Israel’s Labor Party—the political organization that erected the governing structures of the country—has now been reduced to a mere three seats in the Knesset. What happened?
It failed to answer the question that was foremost in most Israelis’ minds.
The battle of the Benjamins.
An unelected establishment threatens the popular will.
A long and uneven descent into hatred.
A businessman and child of Moroccan immigrants is a sharp break from the socialist past.
Learning the lessons of Gaza and Lebanon.
And what it means for U.S.-Israel relations.