Israel's biggest news story of recent months happened in the early hours of May 8: the head of the opposition, Shaul Mofaz, agreed to join Benjamin Netanyahu's government, thus postponing the early elections Netanyahu had announced just days before.
On Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that he would hold an early election; a day later, he had different news. He had persuaded the longtime opposition party, Kadima, to join him. Now his coalition would ex... Read Post
In a surprise move, Benjamin Netanyahu has cut a deal with Shaul Mofaz's Kadima Party to join his coalition government, effectively canceling the Israeli elections he had just announced. Paul Mutter breaks down the deal and what it ... Read Post