Moment reached out to three of our regular contributors to learn what the latest Israeli election results can teach us.
Netanyahu has long been the center of Israeli politics. But last week, Lapid finally changed the narrative.
When 41-year-old American novelist Joshua Cohen won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction last week for his semi-roman à clef, The Netanyahus, the first question occurring to close observers of Israeli culture and politics wasn’t “Is it good for the Jews?” but “How bad is it for Bibi and the family brand?”
Modern Hebrew, especially military and political jargon, tends to reflect the state of the nation.
Nuclear talks with Iran are resuming. Absent from the table will be the United States, which dropped out of the nuclear deal in 2018.