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Former Shin Bet head: anyone but Bibi, Bennett or Lieberman
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Right must be blocked, former Shin Bet chief says

Former Shin Bet security agency director Yuval Diskin announced over the weekend that he would join the Left's efforts to stop Benjamin Netanyahu from being elected prime minister again. Toward the end of his term in 2011, Diskin was at ... Israel Hayom, 2 weeks ago
Former Shin Bet head accuses IDF of 'media Ynet News, 1 month ago

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Deputy A-G refuses to investigate Bennett for alleged Gaza war leak

An NGO published a letter on Sunday in which Deputy Attorney-General for Criminal Affairs Eli Abarbanel refused to directly investigate Economy Minister Naftali Bennett for alleged involvement in an illegal leak of classified information during ...
 Jerusalem Post18 hours ago
The Times Of Israel

Fatah official: Two-state solution is dead

The two-state solution is dead, a senior member of Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah organization said on Monday, calling on the Palestinian leadership to seek new solutions. Speaking to Jerusalem-based TV channel Hona Al-Quds, Tawfik Tirawi, former head of ...
 The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago
Haaretz

Herzog, Livni close to deal on a joint slate

Hatnuah leader Livni would get second slot in new centrist bloc; Labor's Herzog is also in talks with security experts, including ex-Shin Bet chief Yuval Diskin. The Labor Party and Hatnuah are close to an agreement to form a centrist bloc that will ...
 Haaretz2 weeks ago
Jerusalem Post

Election definite after PM nixes last-minute coalition fix

The Knesset will dissolve itself and finalize a March 17 election on Monday, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ruled out the possibility of forming a new coalition that could have prevented the election from taking place. Netanyahu's ...
 Jerusalem Post2 weeks ago Israel's election a referendum on controversial Netanyahu  Lebanon Daily Star2 weeks ago Israel's election a referendum on Netanyahu  Miami Herald2 weeks ago 15 reasons why Netanyahu could lose the next Israeli elections  Care22 weeks ago
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The Times Of Israel

Popular ex-Likud minister launches new party

Hours after Knesset members voted unanimously in favor of dissolving the current Knesset, popular former Likud minister Moshe Kahlon announced Wednesday that he would form a new political party composed of honest, non-corrupt candidates, in order to ...
 The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago

The two year itch

Israelis waking up to the prospect of springtime elections are exhibiting no great sense of excitement at the upcoming political battle. Even the country's usually perky political pundits seemed to be struggling to rustle up the necessary enthusiasm ...
 The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Benjamin Netanyahu hints at possibility of new elections

Jerusalem: Amid a political crisis over a proposed nationality law and growing acrimony among the fractious partners of Israel's governing coalition, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted on Sunday at the possibility of new elections only 20 ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Netanyahu hints at possibility of new elections  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
Middle East Eye

Israel's opposition from within

In 2011, when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu nominated a new head for the Israeli internal intelligence organ, the General Security Service (GSS, known in Hebrew as Shin Bet) the smart money was on the organisation's Jewish department head ...
 Middle East Eye3 weeks ago Israelis look for 'anyone but Bibi'  AlMonitor1 month ago
AlMonitor

Despite Jerusalem unrest, West Bank remains quiet

Members of Palestinian security forces take position as Palestinian women take part in an anti-Israel protest, in the West Bank city of Hebron, Nov. 7, 2014.(photo by REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma) Author:Ahmad Melhem Posted November 26, 2014 RAMALLAH, ...
 AlMonitor3 weeks ago
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