Report: Jewish Home Presents Social, Economic Demands to LikudJewish Home presented to the Likud its social and economic positions for inclusion in a coalition agreement, a report said.
Activists: Why Has Likud Lost Its Way?A special meeting of Likud members will discuss whether the Likud “learned its lessons” from the election's results.
Top Judge: Something Must be Done About Arab Vote FraudVoter fraud in Arab communities is rampant, said the head of Israel's Election Committee. Something must be done to stop it, he said.
Police to Investigate Voting Fraud in Arab SectorPolice will investigate several polling stations in Arab towns after Jewish observers alleged that voting fraud took place.
Report: Netanyahu Talking with LivniNetanyahu has been holding direct talks with Tzipi Livni, trying to woo her into the coalition on the premise of peace negotiations.
Bayit Yehudi Torn between Lapid, HareidimReports suggest Bennett has a pact with Lapid while rabbis want a religious front. Or is it spin?
Photos: New MKs Undergo Training SeminarIsrael’s 48 new MK-elects underwent a “crash course” to learn the Knesset etiquette and regulations.
Lapid's Ambition could Save ShasHead of second largest party may decide to stay out of the coalition and hope for Netanyahu's downfall.
Bayit Yehudi, Likud Talks 'Friendly'MK Uri Ariel: the main topic in coalition talks was hareidi enlistment.
A Psychologist Views Israel's Bread & Butter DilemmaIsrael circa, 2013; the voters have clearly stated – "it’s the economy, stupid". And they have also said that senseless withdrawals in response to delusional Palestinian Arab demands are out. A psychologist says what it all means.
Lieberman and Bennett Meet Ahead of Coalition TalksYisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Lieberman meets Jewish Home chairman Naftali Bennett to discuss the new coalition.
Video: Party Leaders Recommend Netanyahu, Hareidim Fear RiftRepresentatives of the elected lists arrived at the President's Residence to declare their recommendation for the next PM.
Netanyahu Losing Patience with Lapid, Say AssociatesNetanyahu feels negotiations with Yesh Atid are starting off on the wrong foot because of Lapid's many demands.
'Jewish Home Should Take Interior, Religious Affairs Portfolios'Rabbi Dr. Daniel Tropper of the Jewish Home’s Elections Committee: We can have influence in the Interior and Religious Affairs Ministries.
Likud, Yesh Atid Recommend Netanyahu for PMPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu wins the support of the Knesset’s two largest factions in forming a new government.
Knitted, Black Kippot Talking about United FrontBayit Yehudi's Bennett, Ariel spoke with UTJ's Porush about joining forces in coalition talks.
Report: Bennett Underwent Polygraph Test Over Leaks on BibiJewish Home chairman underwent a polygraph test in 2009, after Netanyahu suspected that he had leaked sensitive information.
Israel's Press: Were the Elections an Upheaval?Were the recent elections an earthquaking change? An upheaval? A respected publicist's analysis translated from the Hebrew "Besheva" weekly.
Likud Officials: Bibi Mistreated Bennett for Personal ReasonsNetanyahu comes under fire from Likud members, who say the attacks on Jewish Home's Bennett were for personal reasons.
MK Tibi: 'Settler Woman' Pushed Out Arab MKHead of Raam-Taal blames low Arab voter turnout for loss of fifth Knesset seat, taken by Bayit Yehudi.
Hareidi Parties May Form 'Blocking Bloc' to LapidShas and United Torah Judaism may work together to prevent Lapid from drafting yeshiva students.
Kibbutz Leader: No More Talk of Destroying SettlementsLeft-wing activist says there is “no way” Israelis in Judea and Samaria will move, calls for “creative solutions.”
Yechimovich Rules Out Joining Netanyahu's Coalition"I will not lend a hand to the ongoing crushing of Israeli society," says Labor chairwoman about the possibility of joining the government.
Mofaz Touts Near Crash as New OpportunityAfter achieving two seats, Kadima chairman hints he will join Netanyahu's new coalition.
Erdan: Likud Didn't Attack BennettThe Likud didn't attack the Jewish Home but sought to "highlight" the differences between the parties, claims Minister Gilad Erdan.
Netanyahu 'Punishes' Saar for Election FailureReport: Prime Minister left Gideon Saar out of coalition negotiations, blames him for election results.
Feiglin: Likud Shot Itself in the FootLikud MK-elect says negative campaign against the Bayit Yehudi was "catastrophic."
Otzma Leyisrael was 9,000 Votes ShortMichael Ben-Ari and Aryeh Eldad will not be members of the 19th Knesset.
Video: Party Representative on Election Night BroadcastWatch the pre-recorded interviews with members of Likud, Bayit Yehudi, Hatnua and Yesh Atid. As featured on our special live broadcast.
Elections Over, Now Israelis Will have to Pony Up, Says ExpertRegardless of what the parties promised, says one financial expert, life after the elections is about to get more expensive in Israel
Barak to CNN: I Will Not Serve as Defense Minister AgainRegardless of the coalition that is to be formed, Israelis have seen the last of Ehud Barak, at least for a while.
Netanyahu's Gov't Coalition Could Take A ‘Step to the Right’Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu could form a coalition that is more right-wing than centrist, if he so chooses - but it requires work.
PM Reaches Out to Shas, Yesh Atid - But Not Yet Jewish HomePrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will meet Thursday with Shas chairman Eli Yishai, as he seeks to build a coalition.
Shomron Leader Predicts Instability in Next GovernmentThe Likud may form the next government, but the right has nevertheless been weakened, says Samaria Residents’ Committee head Benny Katzover.
Feiglin: Likud Attacks on Jewish Home Sent Voters to LapidThe Likud’s campaign against the Jewish Home hurt the party and caused voters to vote for Yesh Atid, says Moshe Feiglin.
MK Elkin: Likud Committed to Judea and SamariaMK Zeev Elkin says Judea and Samaria will continue to be supported by the Likud, admits coalition partners may not be as supportive.
Lapid Rules Out Labor's 'Blocking Bloc'"We’re not going to form a bloc with Hanin Zoabi," states Yesh Atid chairman.
Jewish Home Tripped Otzma LeYisrael, Says CandidateBayit Yehudi tripped breakaway Otzma LeYisrael by choosing to attack it during the campaign, party member Aryeh King says.
Jeremy and Ari Undaunted by ResultHasbara duo kept a stiff upper lip after learning that Gimpel will likely not be in the 19th Knesset.
Obama to Speak with Netanyahu SoonWhite House congratulates Israel on election, repeats desire for direct talks between Israel, PA.
Soldiers' Votes May Give Bayit Yehudi One More SeatAbout 200,000 votes remain uncounted. An Election Committee official estimates they will make Shuli Mualem a Knesset Member.
Pessimism in PA Follows Israel’s 2013 ElectionsPessimism in the Palestinian Authority about the prospects for peace with Israel follow its national elections the “morning after.”
MK: Likud’s Attack Ads Killed Right-Wing MajorityLikud’s attacks on the Bayit Yehudi party drove young voters to the centrist Yesh Atid, says MK Uri Orbach.
250,000 ‘Wasted’ Votes in 2013 ElectionsNearly a quarter of a million voters chose parties that did not make it into the Knesset this time around.
Meretz Urges the Left to Block Netanyahu Coalition‘Don’t throw Bibi a lifeline,’ urges far-left Meretz chairwoman.
Vote Shift: Right, Left Evenly Matched with 60 Seats EachWith 99 percent of the vote counted it seems Kadima will enter Knesset, leaving right- and left-wing blocs even, if Arab parties join left.
Yesh Atid to Make History with First Female Ethiopian MKPnina Tamano-Shata, number 14 on the Yesh Atid list, will be the first ever female MK from Ethiopia.
Yechimovich Still Hopes to Block Netanyahu"There is a very very high chance that Netanyahu will not be able to form a government,” claims Labor chairwoman.
Lapid: We Have a Great Responsibility“A heavy responsibility was placed our shoulders," says Yesh Atid chairman after exit polls predict he'll lead the second largest party.
Kadima Not Out Yet, May Pass ThresholdKadima, the largest party in the 18th Knesset, may have passed the electoral threshold and will have two seats in the 19th Knesset.
Jewish Home Candidate: Polls Good, but Wait for Final ResultsRabbi Eli Ben-Dahan, number four on the Jewish Home list, welcomes the exit polls that predict a historic outcome.
Bennett in Post-Election Speech: Jewish Home is for Everyone“Today we set up a new home that knows how to protect its residents with martial prowess and power," says Jewish Home chairman.
Video: Arutz Sheva Sums Up Elections with Special BroadcastWatch the replay of Arutz Sheva special election broadcast.
Updated Channel 2 Poll Gives Likud 33 SeatsChannel 2 News has updated its exit poll, based on real-time election results.
Netanyahu: Proud to be Your Prime Minister"I thank you for giving me the opportunity for a third time to lead the State of Israel," says Netanyahu in victory speech.
Final Voter Turnout: 66.6%66.6% of eligible Israeli voters exercised their right to vote in the 2013 elections, according to final numbers..