Back In The Saddle

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a political comeback Thursday after winning a decisive victory in Israel’s fifth election since 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported. Results of the Nov. 1 elections showed that Netanyahu’s right-wing nationalist bloc secured 64 seats in the 120-seat parliament. The...

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Back Again

When Israeli voters cast their ballots for parliament on Nov. 1, they will arguably be making the most important political choice in a generation, argued Times of Israel columnist David Horovitz recently. Specifically, Horovitz rang alarm bells about the far-right Religious Zionism party, which aims,...

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Pride and Politics

Israel is set to hold its fifth election in less than four years, a surfeit of democracy that is not likely to result in much change unless you are former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu was Israel’s longest-serving leader, the BBC explained. He won four elections...

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We Rise, We Fall

Israel will hold its fifth election in three years after the country’s diverse but fragile ruling coalition collapsed amid internal disputes over the future of Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank, NPR reported. The government dissolved after lawmakers from Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s nationalist party...

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