So, Who is Prime Minister of Israel?

Just like America was for quite some time, Israel is still waiting to see who the next Prime Minister will be! Following elections on March 23, it became evident very quickly that pathways to a majority in the Knesset (Israel's parliament) were very narrow. The news ebbs and flows, leaving Israelis and other to wonder …

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Caroline Glick’s Insights on Israeli and American Politics

Before I share an article, I'll do my best to explain what is going on in Israel following elections last Monday. First, it is important to understand that in Israel people vote for a party, not a specific candidate. There are 120 seats in the Knesset (Israel's parliament), and parties are awarded a proportional number …

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VP Mike Pence’s Visit to the Western Wall

Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and American Ambassador to Israel David Friedman accompanied Vice President Mike Pence on an historic visit to the Western Wall. It was not until President Donald Trump visited the Western Wall in May 2017 that sitting heads of state dared go there, for fear of geopolitical blow back. As …

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BREAKING: Arab Joint List Party Sides with Gantz

Leaders of Joint List side with Gantz Israeli elections continue to be mired in uncertainty and chaos. As President Rivlin began meeting with party leaders to determine who they recommend granting the mandate to attempt to form a coalition, the Joint List dropped the first bomb by recommending Blue and White leader, Benny Gantz. Why …

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