Here we present a variety of other websites, each with valuable resources and information for enhancing your knowledge about the upcoming elections in Israel. Like our election page, most of these sites are updated regularly and are not politically biased.
Israel Policy Forum’s elections’ site features up to date analysis, translated videos exploring the elections, podcasts, and aggregated polling data.
IPF’s goal is to shape the discourse and mobilize support among American Jewish leaders and U.S. policymakers for the realization of a viable two-state solution.
The Israel Democracy Institute’s elections’ site features up to date analysis, op-eds, podcasts, bios of prominent leaders from across the party spectrum, results of past elections by party, and Hebrew copies of most party’s platforms.
The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) is a non-partisan, independent center of research and action dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Israeli democracy.
Britain Israel and Communications Research Centre has up to date analysis, the latest aggregated polling, Knesset seat projections, possible governing coalitions, party stances on major issues, polling on Benjamin Netanyahu versus Benny Gantz, elections’ gaffes, examinations of political ads, best Israeli political cartoons of the week, podcasts, a run through of how the indictment process works related to Prime Minister Netanyahu, and a history of IDF Chiefs of Staff in Israeli politics.
BICOM, the Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre, is an independent research center producing research and analysis about Israel and the Middle East. Their aim is to increase understanding of Israel and the Middle East in the UK. They believe in the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security and the right of the Palestinians to an independent state.
Makom Israel, an arm of the Jewish Agency in Israel, has two unique ways to get more educated about the 2019 elections. They have an expansive infographic, that summarizes all of the parties’ views on the notable issues at hand this election season, as well as a global poll which will be a reasonable assessment of global Jewish opinion.
Secret Tel Aviv’s 2019 election guide encompasses information that will help Americans understand the election and information that will help people living in Israel engage in the democratic process. In addition to the 2015 results, Secret Tel Aviv has a brief overview of how elections work, the history of elections in Israel, and detailed information about the parties. Secret Tel Aviv also has links to meetups in Israel for certain parties.
TIP’s 2019 election guide includes podcasts with notable people involved in the elections, fact sheets on candidate lists and primaries, videos explaining the elections, and a comprehensive timeline of the election process.