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Andrey Kozlov, an Israeli hostage who was kidnapped in the deadly October 7 attack by Hamas, speaks about how he saw hostage rallies during his captivity

Rescued hostage Andrey Kozlov: '120 hostages still in Gaza, I cannot be happy while they're there'

 BENNY GANTZ holds a news conference, in which he announced his party’s pullout from the emergency government, in Ramat Gan.

Benny Gantz again in a political dilemma following resignation from gov't

 Yesh Atid MK Meirav Cohen.

Jerusalem Day: The self-deception of ignoring all of the Israeli capital's problems

 THEN-PRIME MINISTER Naftali Bennett and then-interior minister Ayelet Shaked share a light moment in the Knesset plenum, 2022.

Can the new national camp survive in the post-Oct. 7 reality?

 ‘ONLY STALIN’: Nikita Khrushchev (2nd L) alongside Joseph Stalin in the 1930s.

Netanyahu has a Stalin-like personality cult backed by messianic crazies

 DAVID LEVY is presented with the Israel Prize by then-education minister Naftali Bennett at the annual ceremony in Jerusalem, on Independence Day 2018.

Saying farewell to the late David Levy, a trailblazer of his time

 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks with Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich during a cabinet meeting in Tel Aviv.

For the sake of Israel's future, Netanyahu must be replaced

 THEN-MK and deputy minister Yair Golan addresses the Knesset, in 2022.

Supporting Labor Party's new controversial leader Yair Golan

 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a cabinet meeting in Tel Aviv on January 7.

Building Israel's next gov't with a hi-tech interview job model

 (L-R): Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, MK Benny Gantz

Who is more suitable as Israel's PM: Netanyahu or Gantz?

 Channel 14 presenters discussing a controversial graph, May 29, 2024.

Right-wing Israeli news channel suggests leftists were less likely to survive Oct. 7

By Maya Gedesh
 Chief of police Kobi Shabtai with Israeli Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir at the scene of a terror attack in the Jewish settlement of Ma’aleh Adumim, outside of Jerusalem, August 1, 2023.

National Security Minister Ben-Gvir seeks dismissal of Police Commissioner Shabtai

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a state memorial ceremony for victims of terror, at Mount Herzl military cemetery in Jerusalem, May 13, 2024.

Sinwar and Nasrallah can relax: Netanyahu wants a complete victory, but not over them

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, flanked by Defense Minister Yoav Gallant (left) and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Herzi Halevi, holds a security assessment in Tel Aviv.

Gallant speech was a political bombshell

 PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu holds a news conference in Jerusalem in March. He has been through a lot, but nothing like this, the writer maintains.

New polls show declining confidence in the Likud and sharp drop in Israeli citizens' optimism

 Eliav Breuer

Eliav Breuer: The 'Post' reporter inside the corridors of Israeli political power

 Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli strike on a house in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, December 15, 2023

Former MK says Gaza should be split in two: South for war, north for peace

PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White Party leader Benny Gantz pass each other in the Knesset last year.

National Unity party drops, Likud remains stable in new poll