Israeli politics, internal politics, are bizarre and very confusing for the uninitiated. There are often dozens of parties of various stripes coming and going. Strange combinations, bedfellows, alliances and odd lists. The system is "strictly proportional" which means the party of kosher vegans might get a seat if things work out right, but what really matters are the big power blocs...or bloc...or...
To try and sort it all out and to give you a program where you can tell the players from the has beens, the future from the past, the good, the bad, and the ugly...or the bad, the very bad, the ugly, and the very ugly I give you this free analysis from Uri Avnery. Do with it what you will.
Remember it can always get worse, and it usually does.
While you are at it, think carefully the next time you shout, "Power to the People."
And pity poor Moses, the Law Giver...if you get my drift...
“Revenge is a dish that is best eaten cold,” is a saying attributed to Stalin. I don’t know if he really said that. All the possible witnesses were executed long ago.
Anyhow, a taste for delayed revenge is not an Israeli trait. Israelis are more impulsive. More immediate. They don’t plan. They improvise.
In this respect, too, Avigdor Lieberman is not Israeli. He is Russian.