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Israelis want two-state solution, but don't believe it will happen
Israel Hayom poll: 53.5% favor a two-state solution, 38% oppose the idea Asked if the idea is feasible, the numbers are reversed: 40.6% say yes, 54.3% say no 55% of respondents say Mahmoud Abbas is not a partner with whom the conflict can be resolved.
 
Dan Margalit | Until the next zigzag
While the Center-Left is now united against serving in a Netanyahu government, the final word has not yet been spoken.
Dr. Haim Shine | Can wise words preserve Israel?
The preservation of Israel is largely dependent on the Israeli government's ability to maneuver in the international sphere.
 
Ruthie Blum | Shame on Peres and Prosor
One reason Peres received his cushy post was so he would finally keep his utopian "new Middle East" to himself.
Dore Gold | European settlements and double standards
As many as 10,000 foreigners have bought up former Greek Cypriot properties in Northern Cyprus.
Dror Eydar | The scythe and the sword
The return to Zion is a profound, long process of brushing the dust of exile off our nation's body and restoring national spirit.
Dan Margalit | Say no to hallucination dealers
On every issue, Israeli politicians are selling empty promises.
Gonen Ginat | National security 101
After 30 years in the coalition, isn't Shas responsible for the social ills it says it wants to combat?
A Labor-Habayit Hayehudi alliance?
Habayit Hayehudi Chairman Naftali Bennett isn't ruling out the possibility of joining forces with Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich In the meantime, he is trying to keep Eli Ben-Dahan, Orit Struck, extreme party members, under wraps.
Mati Tuchfeld | Trying too hard to set yourself apart
Yachimovich's pledge to stay out of Netanyahu's government is supposed to be a rallying cry, "Shelly or Bibi."
Discarding history
The Temple Mount is not in our hands The Muslim wakf continues to damage antiquities and archeological artifacts as authorities remain helpless to prevent it Entire Jewish, Muslim and Christian histories are being brutally dumped in garbage sites.
PM: Palestinians must declare conflict over for peace accord
Netanyahu: Palestinians must recognize Israel as the state of Jewish people MK Gilad Erdan (Likud): If Tzipi Livni joins the next government, she will not be foreign minister or be assigned a role in leading international relations.
Likud Right: Attacking Bennett hurts us
The Likud unleashed its "Habayit Hayehudi not what you think" campaign two days ago, which emphasizes that most of the candidates on Habayit Hayehudi's list are unknown to voters, and that some of them hold views that are sexist or extremist.
Israeli library unveils ancient Afghan manuscripts
Ancient documents found in a cave in northeastern Afghanistan run the gamut of life Library director: "This is the first time that we have a large collection of manuscripts that represents the culture of the Jews that lived there."
Internal Yisrael Beytenu memo eyes foreign or finance portfolios
Yisrael Beytenu wants to control six to seven ministries in the upcoming government, Izrus news website reports Yisrael Beytenu sources say party leader Avigdor Lieberman wants to return as foreign minister, if he is legally permitted to do so.
Rabbi asks to remove his name from Habayit Hayehudi ad
Rabbi Dov Lior, spiritual leader of party running jointly with Habayit Hayehudi, refuses to put his name on campaign ad due to his support for rival party Strong Israel Habayit Hayehudi Chairman Naftali Bennett to Likud: Enough with the hate.
17 senior combat soldiers abandon post over having to clean
The soldiers, from the Golani infantry brigade, left their posts to protest being assigned menial tasks by their commanders All 17 are sentenced to at least a week in military prison Which city produces the most officers and combat soldiers?
'Performance of singer at Likud-Beytenu event violated law'
Elections Law prohibits entertainers from performing at political campaign events, as performances could be used as kickbacks in exchange for votes Elections Committee calls out performance by singer Sarit Hadad at Likud-Beytenu event last week.
Islamists vow to kill Jews who return to Egypt
The Islamic Jihad has called on the Muslim Brotherhood's Essam el-Erian to resign from his role as adviser to Morsi and to apologize to the Egyptian people for his statement asking Egyptian Jews to leave Israel and reclaim their properties back at home.
Two Israeli documentaries short-listed for Oscar nomination
"The Gatekeepers" features candid interviews with retired Israeli spymasters, while "5 Broken Cameras" tells the personal story of an amateur Palestinian cameraman who documents clashes between his fellow villagers and Israeli soldiers and settlers.