He elevated country over personal and partisan interests.
The political crisis is real, but the hysteria is unwarranted.
Yair Lapid mangles history while Polish anti-Semitism increases.
But the election remains his to lose.
Michael Sarel, who recently stepped down as chief economist at Israel’s Treasury Ministry, speaks about the challenges facing Israel’s economy, the political roadblocks that prevent. . .
Excessive regulation, rising food prices, high taxes, and government waste threaten the stability of Israel’s economy. Yair Lapid, the outgoing Treasury Minister, rode into office. . .
The proposed establishment of civil marriage in Israel, although in apparent conflict with Jewish tradition, could help to diminish animosity toward Judaism among secular Israelis.
In courting ultra-Orthodox parties behind the scenes, Netanyahu may be signaling his current coalition partners that he has alternatives—and Washington that he is serious about. . .