“My government remains committed to pursuing peace with the Palestinians, pursuing peace with all our neighbours. My policy has not changed. We’ll continue to pursue…

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Ynet: Helping the Cabinet see the bigger picture, by Giora Eiland

Instating a military secretary in the Security Cabinet would aid its members in focusing on strategy, instead of minute detail. Regardless of his politics, Education…

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Al-Monitor: What Bibi-Lieberman alliance means for Israel’s opposition, by Mazal Mualem

On May 20, soon after recently resigned Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon announced that he isn’t quitting politics, and that he would run in the future…

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Times of Israel: After failed unity talks, new coalition quashes hopes for French peace plan, by Raoul Wootliff

Both were months in the making, and neither seemed likely. Efforts to form a unity government with the center-left Zionist Union, and hopes for new…

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Times of Israel: Why Netanyahu’s dumping of his defense minister is no ordinary political maneuver, by David Horovitz

Channel 2’s grizzled and gray-haired military correspondent Roni Daniel does not have the reputation of a bleeding-heart liberal. In Israel’s all-too frequent times of war,…

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Forbes: Inside Israel’s secret startup machine, by Richard Behar

Even in the hallowed annals of teenage hackerdom, this never-before-told story might top them all. In the early 1990s Avishai Abrahami found himself, as required…

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Wave of Terror

BICOM Poll of Polls

The BICOM Poll of Polls is produced for BICOM by Arieh Kovler based on a selected basket of opinion polls published in Israel each week.