Analysis: This Time, Netanyahu Won't Attack JudaismFew are aware that Likud's disastrous 2013 campaign centered on an Arutz Sheva interview regarding the Jewish family.
Jewish Home Fights for a Place in Local PoliticsFollowing Knesset success, Bayit Yehudi prepares for a new elections battle on the local level.
‘God’s Messenger’ Explains 2013 ‘Redemption’ ElectionsConfused by elections ads calling to vote for redemption? Ofer Lifshitz explains his ‘divine mission’ and the Covenant Party.
Green Leaf: We'll Tell All on Pot-Using MK'sGreen Leaf – more commonly known as the “Pot Party” - said that it had plenty of information about Knesset members who use marijuana
Bennett: Likud Must Stop its 'Dirty Campaign' Against UsNaftali Bennett slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for negative campaign tactics against Bayit Yehudi
Poll: Right to Get 71 Seats in Next KnessetWith less than two weeks to the elections, a new poll shows that support for parties is stabilizing, as are the right and left blocs
New Poll: Bennett Tied With Labor for Second Largest FactionA new poll showed the Bayit Yehudi party would tie for the second largest Knesset faction with Labor, if elections were held today
Israel Radio Poll Shows Right Running Away With ElectionAn Israel Radio poll shows the Bayit Yehudi and Oztma Leyisrael party getting a combined total of 24 seats in the next Knesset.
MK: Let Chabad, Bnei Akiva Shlichim VoteMK David Azulai (Shas) has requested that Israelis who are abroad on non-governmental “shlichut” missions be allowed to vote.
Secularist Group Seeks to Ban 'Rabbi Ovadia' AppShas has released a smartphone app which allows users to follow the activities of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef and receive a blessing.
PM: Livni Will Not be a Part of Next GovernmentA report in Haaretz said that Netanyahu had made clear to several of his senior staff that no talks were taking place with Tzippy Livni
Poll: Economic, Social Issues Top Security Ones for VotersA poll taken on behalf of the Labor Party indicates that voters are more concerned with economic issues than they are with security issues.
Hareidi Parties: Women's 'Role' Not in the KnessetKnesset Election Committee will discuss disqualifying Hareidi parties because they have no women on their lists
Group: Investigate Satmar 'Voting Scandal'A secularist organization is demanding an investigation into a rumor that Satmar yeshiva students are being “bribed” not to vote
34 Parties to Run for KnessetAfter weeks of wrangling and infighting, all the parties that plan to run for seats in the 19th Knesset have filed lists.
Poll: Bayit Yehudi Third Largest Knesset PartyOn the eve of the closure of the lists that will be running for the Knesset, a new poll shows Bayit Yehudi at 11 seats.
Israel's Elections - The Obama ConnectionAnalysis: Did Obama convince Livni to try a comeback? Why that quick ceasefire?
Analysis: Livni's List Will Not Be Among Center Party SuccessesTzippi Livni's comeback is not a game changer.
Steinitz: Olmert Damaging Israel When He Accuses NetanyahuPoliticians like Ehud Olmert who are spreading rumors saying that PM Netanyahu preferred Romney as president are damaging Israel
Rosenne: Israel Will be Fine, No Matter Who WinsRegardless of who wins the presidential election, said former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Meir Rosenne, Israel will be fine.
Israeli College Students Would Take Romney Over ObamaCollege students in Israel prefer to see Mitt Romney as President of the United States over Barack H. Obama, by a wide margin.
Kabbalists Beseech the Heavens: Let Romney WinAs Americans go to the polls, Kabbalists in Jerusalem are doing their part to help Mitt Romney pull through and win the presidency.
The Hush-Hush Election Issue: RaceNo one talks about it, but race is one of the main factors behind anger and tension in the U.S. presidential election campaign.
Creepy Kids, Abusive Elders in Latest Obama AdsWith election day approaching, Democrats' newest campaign ads push the limits of decency.
Popular Welfare Minister Israel's November Surprise?Moshe Cachlon may announce he is running in an independent party. Bad blood with Bibi is cited.
Lapid: We Are Not a 'Left of Center' PartyIn a speech Tuesday, Yair Lapid promised that if he became Prime Minister, Jerusalem would remain unified, under Israeli control.
Likud: 'Run Kachlon Run' Reports a Media BubbleA poll taken by a group of “concerned citizens” supposedly showed that a party headed by Moshe Kachlon would get 20 Knesset seats.
Likud Approves Unified Knesset List With Yisrael BeytenuThe Likud's Central Committee voted to approve the party's joint election list by an overwhelming majority at a meeting Monday night.
Joint Likud-Yisrael Beytenu List Polls Less Than ExpectedThe first polls since the announcement that the Likud and Yisrael Beytenu would run together indicate that the move may not be worth it.
Likud MKs to Demand Secret Ballot on Joint ListA secret ballot to approve the joint list between the Likud and Yisrael Beiteinu is likely at Monday's Likud meeting
Pricetag for Israeli Elections: NIS 250 MillionThe Knesset Finance Committee will meet Monday to approve the budget for the upcoming national elections – a whopping NIS 250 Million
Likud, Labor, Kadima Basically BrokeElections could not be coming at a worse time for accountants in the Likud, as well as numerous other parties - which are deep in debt
Video: Cabinet Jumpstarts Election with One-Two PunchesCabinet ministers started throwing election punches minutes after they approved a date for voting. Barak and Saar sparred for prime time.
Election Date Target: January 22The Cabinet approved a proposal for the Knesset vote on January 22 as the date for elections. Opposition scurries for a new leader.
Rivlin: Knesset to Decide on New Election Date MondayThe Knesset will most likely declare a date for new elections next Monday, Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin said.
First Polls Show Right Sweeping Knesset VoteThe first polls taken after the announcement that early elections to be held show the right receiving 65 or more Knesset seats
Will Obama 'Drop' Israel After Elections? Maybe, Says One ExpertIt's not clear if Barack Obama will keep up his current pro-Israel stance if he wins reelection, says a U.S. expert