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Lapid said preparing for prospect of power transition
With 86% of votes tallied, Netanyahu headed for decisive comeback victory
Near-complete results give Likud leader’s bloc 65 seats, with far-right set to gain unprecedented sway; landscape could change if Meretz, Balad cross threshold, but seen unlikely
Haredi member of Netanyahu bloc tells political rivals: ‘We’re not animals like you’
Netanyahu heralds ‘cusp of victory,’ Lapid urges patience as votes are counted
Supporters call him 'next PM,' chant 'Death to terrorists'
‘We’ll reassert ownership of this state,’ Ben Gvir vows as exit polls show big gains
Religious Zionism MK Itamar Ben Gvir vowed to "reassert ownership" of the country late Tuesday night in his address to supporters soon after the release of exit polls that showed significant gains for his party and indicated the pro-Netanyahu bloc would be able to form a majority...
Right-wing lawmakers celebrate exit polls as opposing bloc urges wait for results
Daily Briefing Nov. 2 – The day after: Winners, losers and where do we go from here?
‘This is the abyss’: Left reacts with horror to election results
Meretz minister Esawi Frej says Labor leader Merav Michaeli’s ‘delusions of grandeur’ brought about the center-left’s electoral downfall
Coalition official: ‘Cannibalistic pig’ Lapid felled allies, gave Netanyahu victory
Live updates (closed)
Exit polls show clear win for Netanyahu and allies; Lapid: We’ll wait for vote count
Other Israel Film Festival
The Other Israel Film Festival takes an in-depth look into Israeli and Palestinian societies. Join us in person at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan Nov 3–10, or stream films Nov 3–13
Judah Ari Gross
However the election shakes out, US Jewry will have to deal with Israel’s far-right
The already difficult task of advocating for Israel is poised to get significantly more difficult for American Jews, as they will likely be forced to either defend and excuse politicians whose beliefs are anathema to them or publicly criticize Israeli elected officials, neither of which is a particularly enticing option. While the votes in Tuesday's...
US Jewish leaders express quiet concern about potential rise of Israeli far-right
Gantz’s National Unity party says it will go to opposition, with Likud win projected
After meeting of three top leaders, party warns of ‘extremist elements’ in the right-religious government Netanyahu is expected to form
Gantz heckled as ‘murderer’ at Western Wall during election eve visit
Why the remaining ballots are likely to sink Balad, confirm Netanyahu’s victory
As the vote tallying in this week's Knesset election nears its final stages, and with the bloc of parties loyal to right-wing leader Benjamin Netanyahu on course for a convincing victory, all eyes are on the over 600,000 so-called double-envelope ballots, which will determine the fate of two parties opposed to the Likud chairman...
Exit polls show win for Netanyahu and far-right allies, as vote count gets under way
Turnout high as parties project tight contest to drive final votes
Live updates (closed)
Mainstream US Jewish groups hint at unease with rise of Israeli far right
Weighing in on election for first time, AJC notes problematic remarks of potential cabinet members, while JFNA says it looks forward to working with incoming gov’t
Likud claims elections czar's caution tape causing miscount
Updated vote tally pushes Meretz further from threshold
Iran orders probe into 'shocking' police brutality video
Officer seriously wounded in West Bank car-ramming; attacker shot dead — IDF
Footage shows assailant running over victim at checkpoint near Modiin, then getting out and trying to attack him with pickaxe before injured soldier shoots him
Two Jewish men suspected of terror, racial assault of Arab Israeli in Jerusalem
Seattle’s climate is changing, and so are our (cough, hack) Jewish rituals
After the smokiest Sukkot in memory, a frightening week of diminished rather than increased joy, my corner of the country was crying out for wind and rain
Were things bad for Jews in Poland? Who’s to say?
Well, you know, everybody suffers. Everyone has their own narrative. I have mine. You have yours.
Lapid pulls out of UN climate conference after apparent election loss
Prime Minister’s Office says President Herzog will represent Israel instead at the COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh next week
2 of 3 Arab factions predicted to enter Knesset, vow to oppose far-right ‘fascism’
Exit polls show Ra’am, Hadash-Ta’al crossing electoral threshold and Balad just below as some voice fear over Religious Zionism’s strong showing
Election czar rebuffs Netanyahu allegations of Arab fraud, says vote went smoothly
Voters in mixed Jewish-Arab city Lod choose between far-right and radical left
LOD -- In May 2021, the mixed Jewish-Arab city of Lod became one of the focal points of the worst intercommunal violence ever witnessed in Israel, during which two residents -- one Arab, one Jewish -- were killed and dozens were injured. Arab residents rioted in the city and burned Jewish property following violence...
On Israel’s northern fringes, support for Netanyahu strong among minorities
GHAJAR and BUQ'ATA -- Israel likes to imagine itself as a country with borders, a clear and permanent line demarcating where the Jewish state ends and an Arab neighbor begins. But in many places, the edges of Israeli-controlled territory would be more accurately described as a frontier, a permeable region in constant flux that is mostly, but not, entirely Israeli;...
Critics sing praises of ‘Tár,’ a surprisingly Jewish new film about classical music
While the brilliant and terrifying fictitious protagonist played by Cate Blanchett isn’t explicitly shown to be Jewish, the world around her is undeniably influenced by Jews
Senior Russian leaders said to discuss using nuclear weapon in Ukraine
Alarm in Washington as intelligence shows top generals examined various scenarios for a strike, officials tell NY Times — but Putin was not involved
US officials say Saudis warning Iran may attack the kingdom imminently
Lolita C. Baldor
Iranian protesters return to the streets in defiance of regime crackdown
Soldier who shot Nathan Fitoussi in friendly fire incident removed from combat duty
Woman falls to her death from window in Haifa; ex-husband and landlord arrested
5 Israeli universities feature among top 50 producers of entrepreneurs
Brazil’s Bolsonaro declines to concede defeat, but authorizes transition process
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North Korea threatens South, US with ‘most horrible price in history’
As Bolsanaro remains mum on election loss, protests in Brazil hit high gear
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