Israeli Prime Minister and Likud party's candidate running for general elections, Benjamin Netanyahu, speaks during a campaign meeting with members of Israel's French Jewish community on March 10, 2015, in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Netanya. Israelis awaiting their second general election in two years may be wearied by aggressive voting campaigns, but candidates in next week's snap ballot have found a brand new target demographic. More than 10,000 French Jews have moved to Israel since the 2013 election, and polls on March 17 will be the first where parliamentary hopefuls have directly canvassed support among French voters.
Mar 10, 2015
Mar 9, 2015
Ayman Odeh, leader of Hadash, and head of the Joint List, speaks to students at Nablus university in the west bank/
Mar 8, 2015
Mar 7, 2015
Mar 4, 2015
Orthodox males and females read together the "Book of Esther" in a mixed, liberal traditional Purim prayer at a synagogue in Shoham
Parents demonstrate at Rabin square, Tel Aviv, against the crowdeness in kindergarten classes in Israel, their slogan is " a kindergarten is not a storage room" .
Yoyo Kaiser, 24, lives in Freiburg, Germany; arriving from Basel, Switzerland
From left, Jul Rashkovsky, 24, lives in Haifa; Sapir Sipuren, 23, lives in Petah Tikva; and Dorin Bezalel, 25, lives in Rishon Letzion; Jul is flying to Buenos Aires
Mar 3, 2015
Israelis, attending a protest tent camp, are watching a street screening of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to American Congress in Tel Aviv, March 3'rd, 2015. Netanyahu's speech to Congress erupted tension between Israeli PM and american President Obama.
A sticker with the face of "Yesh Atid" leader Yair Lapid with the word 'lie'