Tally Gotliv is the loudest, wackiest backbencher of Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing ruling coalition.
Lloyd Green was the opposition research counsel to the George H.W. Bush campaign in 1988, and served in the Department of Justice between 1990 and 1992.
To keep his far-right coalition together, Bibi’s giving Itamar Ben-Gvir control of the National Guard, which he’ll use as “combat police” to patrol Arab-Israeli areas.
A general strike has brought the Jewish State to a standstill to stop Netanyahu’s power grab.
The inner political and cultural divisions of the Jewish state have never been this fraught—all while the threats of a Palestinian intifada and conflict with Iran loom large.
Netanyahu’s attempt to subordinate the judiciary is resulting in mass protests—and a fight over the soul of a secular Israel.
People are taking to the streets, former allies are denouncing him, and Israel’s credit rating is threatened. It’s a lot to put a country through just to stay out of jail.
The most extreme right-wing government in the country’s history is right at home among American conservatives.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s return to power is a boon for bigots, bad for established norms, and part of a pivot away from the U.S.
If a Jewish supremacist party joins the Knesset’s right-wing ruling coalition, it will have young voters to thank—even as younger U.S. Jews grow skeptical of supporting Israel.
The former president threatened public officials and ordinary election workers. They got to have their say at Tuesday’s Jan. 6 Committee hearing.