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Tag Archives: Yisrael Beitenu
Netanyahu’s appointment of Liberman as Defence Minister: Gewald on the Left, cautious welcome on the right
The last few days in have been a roller-coaster in Israeli politics, with coalition talks going on behind the scenes – but constantly leaked to the public – between Likud and, alternately, Zionist Union and Yisrael Beitenu. In the end, … Continue reading
You may have noticed that I have been studiously avoiding writing about the approaching Israeli elections, due to take place next Tuesday. This is not because I have nothing to say about them. On the contrary, I have too much … Continue reading
After 17 long years of investigations, interrogations and trials, former and now-returned Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman was acquitted today of all charges. The case was very complex and follows many other previous investigations. There was also a lot of political … Continue reading
The complete election results are finally in, with the soldiers’ votes having been counted over the last day, and the numbers having changed slightly, with Kadima squeaking past the threshold with 2 seats, Bayit Yehudi gaining one seat for a … Continue reading
It’s time for some light relief, so I hereby present you with a round-up of some of the madness affecting our region, starting with the crazy carousel called Israeli pre-election politics. After Ehud Barak announced he was quitting politics, and … Continue reading
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has shocked the Israeli political system once again with yet another surprise move, announcing the merger of the Likud party with Avigdor Liberman’s Yisrael Beitenu: Nearly six months after shocking the political system by forming a … Continue reading