The Daily Star
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announces early elections during a press conference at his Jerusalem office on October 9, 2012. Netanyahu called an early election, telling a Jerusalem press conference it should be held "as fast as possible.
Israel National News
The Kadima party, headed by Shaul Mofaz, would get only 6 seats. The poll also showed that if former opposition leader Tzippi Livni and former PM Ehud Olmert form a party, as has been rumored, it would get only 10 seats, at the expense of the ...
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has no serious challenger in the next election, political experts said after he launched the campaign for the 19th Knesset on Tuesday. A poll carried out for Haaretz on Wednesday appears to confirm this. The poll,...