She hopes one day to represent Ḥaredim in the Knesset.
By taking away both sides’ chance to stall, Reuven Rivlin may have prevented a fourth election.
From Ben-Gurion vs. Weizmann to Rabin vs. Peres.
As shown by its president’s recent visit to South Korea.
A clash of ideas, not of civilizations.
They also provide Jerusalem with a link to the Muslim world.
For all these things . . .
The latest in Netanyahu’s pivot to Asia.
A standing ovation for slandering Israel.
Or was he mistranslated?
The whims of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
Six months ago, when Reuven Rivlin was being considered for the position of president of Israel, the press eagerly painted him as a right-wing fanatic. . .
Israel’s president recently appeared at a ceremony in the village of Kafr Qasim, commemorating the anniversary of the killing of 49 Arab civilians by Israeli. . .
The surprisingly fraught elections for the Israeli presidency spell a potential realignment in Israeli politics—and trouble for the Likud party.