Political analysts Gil Hoffman and Jeremy Saltan talk about the future of the Israeli Right, right-wing plans for Judea and Samaria, chances for early elections and how the operator of Israel’s most successful supermarket chain got embroiled in alleged political corruption. Saltan wears his hats as a Bayit Yehudi party official, a polling expert, and the head of the Bayit Yehudi branch in Mevaseret Zion, a city outside Jerusalem whose mayor has been accused of letting discount supermarket king Rami Levi avoid paying millions in taxes. Hoffman and Saltan, who once co-hosted a Chicago Sports Radio Show and agree on what sports teams to support, disagree on whether the differing views on the Right require multiple political parties.

Written by Gil Hoffman