Jerusalem Post After counting 99% of the votes, Kadima gets 28 seats Followed by Labor with 20, Shas 13, Israel Beitenu 12, Likud 11, NU/NRP 9, Pensioners 7, UTJ 6 and Meretz 4.
Olmert Claims Victory In Israel Elections Acting prime minister's centrist party wins the most seats in Tuesday's parliamentary elections, but fails to take majority as vote draws lowest turnout in country's history.
Ha’aretz – ANALYSIS: Old-timers' turn to make waves in Israeli elections In Olmert-Peretz government, the Labor chairman will wield leverage; if he wants Meretz, he'll get Meretz.
ANALYSIS: Olmert's options, Eitan's victory, Netanyahu's loss ANALYSIS: Netanyahu bruised and let down by Lieberman
Guardian Kadima wins Israel's election The ruling party wins as Likud is humiliated, exit polls show.
Immigrants favour hardliners
BBC Israel victor sets out programme Ehud Olmert's Kadima wins the biggest share of votes in Israel's election, and the acting PM details his plans.In quotes: Israel poll reaction
The Times Voters turn their backs on Israeli hardliners Israel is heading for a centrist government committed to withdrawing settlers from the West Bank and imposing new borders on Palestinians
Israelis have at last endorsed the gradual return of a stolen inheritance Jonathan Freedland: The planned unilateral borders cannot stand, but Olmert needs support - because some withdrawal is better than none.
New York Times Voters in Israel Support Parties Vowing Pullout Israelis turned to the centrist Kadima party and Ehud Olmert, who will become prime minister, but his support proved tepid.
Guardian Israelis have at last endorsed the gradual return of a stolen inheritance Jonathan Freedland: The planned unilateral borders cannot stand, but Olmert needs support - because some withdrawal is better than none
Israel's Lessons for Fighting Terrorists and their Implications for the United StatesBrookings Institution
Congressional Research Service "Israel: Background and Relations with the United States,"
Daily Star Hamas joins the ranks of the world's unpopular leadersOnly targeted sanctions might moderate Hamas By Martin Kramer
Debka The Moussaoui Testimony, the German BND chief, al Qaeda, Hamas and Israel
Hamas threatens war over Israel's separation plan