The fighting on the Gaza Strip border in the past couple of days may have tilted voters rightward.
The IDF has acknowledged that it hit Islamic Jihad targets in Syria and the Gaza Strip in response to intense rocket fire on southern Israel.
The two latest voter surveys predict that Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud will be the largest party in the Knesset after March 2.
Blue & White leader Benny Gantz said, "I knew it would come, because there is political pressure on the State Attorney's Office to do something."
Israel's third election campaign in a year is moribund, and a unity government remains the only way out of the political deadlock.
Residents of Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria receive free shipping on purchases over $49 but West Bank Palestinians do not, the Financial Times reports.
US Assistant Secretary of Near Eastern Affairs David Schenker slams Israel's laxity over China, but still calls Israeli-US relations "amazing".
"Globes" discusses some of the economic and political implications for Judea and Samaria of the proposed peace agreement.
Former US National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster tells "Globes" that Israel is unwittingly helping Iran by making no demands on Russia.
The coldness between Benjamin Netanyahu and Reuven Rivlin was evident, but it was the prime minister who laid the groundwork for the gathering of world leaders.