Israeli Jewish youth are staunchly and increasingly right-wing. What does this imply for the future of Israel?
Between entrenched social divides, the lack of a contesting left and increasingly virulent political rhetoric, Israel is struggling with political fragmentation.
Israel’s government is accused of not acting against violent settler protests, in which Jewish extremists beat and injure police forces and Palestinian civilians.
Gideon Saar, who formerly served in education and interior minister posts for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party, has left the party he feels “serves Netanyahu's criminal trial”.
Benny Gantz, a former army chief serving as defence minister, says that Prime Minister Netanyahu's refusal to support a budget proposal made clear that the premier wanted to take Israel back to the polls.
The tough lockdown rules went into effect on September 18 but restrictions were tightened further on Friday.
The latest surveys conducted by Israel’s public broadcasters, Kan and Channel 13 News, reveal that the rightwing Hredi bloc would garner the majority of Knesset, an unprecedent rise for the ultraorthodox party.
Tel Aviv mayor ordered the city’s town hall building to be lit in the colours of the Lebanese flag, a move that earned him condemnation of politicians and the Israeli prime minister’s son.
In just three weeks time, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to extend Israeli sovereignty to Jewish settlements and the Jordan Valley in the West Bank in a move that many countries consider illegal.
After more than 500 days of electoral deadlock in which he fought for his political survival, Benjamin Netanyahu takes his seat in the Jerusalem District Court for a new battle – to stay out of prison and avoid a stain on his legacy.
We look into who controls what in the occupied West Bank as its total annexation is the top priority of Israel's new yet bloated government.
Seventy-two of the Knesset's 120 lawmakers signed on to Benjamin Netanyahu's candidacy after parliament passed legislation approving details of a power-sharing deal between the premier's Likud party and centrist rival Benny Gantz's Blue and White.
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