Whether or not long-shot candidate Yossi Deitsch will be voted in as mayor of Jerusalem inthe fast-approaching elections, he’s managed to change the parameters of the debate
“They’re willing to see things in proportion and to listen to our side”
Last week’s runoff elections for Jerusalem’s mayor might have had an uninspired 31% voter turnout. But for the yeshivish activists who took to the streets, and for Rav Chaim Kanievsky himself, it was a basic question of kevod Shamayim.
The losers & the winners: A reporter’s notebook, looking from the outside in
It took under five minutes. The minister gave an awkward nod and stepped off the stage. The applause wasn’t raucous, but it was genuine.
Gilad Erdan speaks frankly, in measured tones, and without spouting the clichés that politicians so often use. That has endeared him to Likud voters.
Has the right-wing camp already chosen Netanyahu’s successor?,A Few Minutes with Naftali Bennett,Has the right-wing camp already chosen Netanyahu’s successor?
Mishpacha Speaks With Tzipi Livni, Chairman of the Tenuah Party and Member of the Zionist Union
Aryeh Deri has traveled a long road back to the leadership of Shas, yet, while the seat and the title may look familiar, it’s a wiser and warier Deri, struggling to keep his party relevant
In a rare conversation, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu travels down the nostalgic route to describe a strength born of personal conviction and family values — and the rabbi who charged him to illuminate blackness with truth