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The scariest thing about Election Day

It may be easy for whites in the U.S. to install cameras in black neighborhoods – but how is it that cameras were installed by…

No refuge for a scofflaw PM

Kahol Lavan has succeeded in presenting an alternative to a Likud government under Netanyahu Source: https://www.haaretz.com

The die is cast. Netanyahu is history

The prime minister’s political career of nothing but himself is over and it doesn’t matter whether it happens in the coming election or immediately afterwards …

Three slippery politicians and a policy wonk

Sa’ar isn’t the most honest of men, Katz is a wheeler-dealer and Kahlon has shown extreme cynicism, but at least legal scholar Roy Shapira has…

Netanyahu is bad for Mizrahi Jews

PM couldn’t take David Levy and he drove Moshe Kahlon out of the party. In this week’s Likud primaries, the Mizrahim around him had no…

A better way to choose

In the voting booth on Election Day, the ballot for each party should list all the candidates and voters should rank them in order of…

Who’s afraid of transparency?

Despite opposition from Netanyahu and the Likud, further restrictions on election propaganda is needed to safeguard democratic values Source: https://www.haaretz.com

What happens when Bibi is gone?

We’ve resigned ourselves to the idea that government is corrupt. Take a lesson from the settlement division. We’ll find ourselves facing the Bennetts, Shakeds and…

The willing suspension of disbelief

Why are secular Jews in Israel prepared to believe in Benny Gantz, but not in God, and why are religious Jews prepared to position him…