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Likud Website Hacked

  The Likud party's online database was targeted by a cyber attack.The hack caused a serious breach of privacy for millions of people, not only...

Lieberman: West Bank Settlement Belongs to Israel

Avigdor Lieberman, the president of the political party Israel Beiteinu, has said that the next government will apply Israeli sovereignty to Ma'ale Adumim in the West...

Voting Abroad Ends for Knesset Elections

The Polls have closed for Israeli diplomats and emissaries around the world who voted early for the general elections on last night at 9pm...

Lieberman: I Don’t Trust Ultra-Orthodox Voters

Avigdor Lieberman, the president of the political party Israel Beiteinu, has said that he wants surveillance cameras to be installed not only at all polling...

Voting Begins Abroad for Knesset Elections

In the run-up to the elections, the first ballots have already been cast for Israelis living abroad. Ninety-Seven polling stations in Seventy-Seven countries have been...

Blue and White Party Leader’s Phone Hacked Three Weeks Before Election

Blue and White candidate Benny Gantz's phone was hacked by Russian agents months after he was hacked by Iranian hackers, according to local Israeli...

Israelis Worry More About the Economy than Hamas and Iran

 A survey by the Israel Institute for Democracy reveals that economic and social issues are more of a concern to Israelis than security issues.Economic...

Netanyahu Warns Voters to Not Be Indifferent This Time Around

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been leading the government for over a decade, promised his voters on Wednesday that he will form an...

Poll: Netanyahu Favored to Win by 1 Seat

The Israeli political scene is in full swing, as general elections will be held in the Jewish State once again after the failure of...

Ex Prime Minister Tags up With Meretz Party in Bid to Defeat Netanyahu

Meretz lawmaker and former party leader, Tamar Zandberg, called the merger a “dramatic move to strengthen the left'' and a “significant boost to justice...