Tzomet (Hebrew צומת to German: crossroads ) is a small, secular, right-wing political party in Israel.

The party was the first who introduced the slogan " peace for peace ", which is now used by all right-wing parties and movements. Tzomet opposes the Resolution 242 of the UN Security Council, in the "land for peace" ( land for peace ) is required, and wants Israel to make any territorial concessions for peace. The party was founded by General Rafael Eitan in 1983. Tzomet was part of the government of Yitzhak Shamir in 1990, and Eitan was then Minister for Agriculture. However, after Shamir had participated in the Madrid Conference in 1991, the party left the coalition in protest. In the elections in 1992 Tzomet received eight seats, but was not part of the ruling coalition. After an unsuccessful elections in 1999, Eitan withdrew from political life. The party took each part in the elections in 2003, 2006 and 2009, but was able to win with only 2,023, 1,342 and 1,520 votes no mandate.