Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, claiming victory for his Likud party in a close-call election on Tuesday, said he had invited other rightist politicians to join him in a coalition government “without delay.”7
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory in Israel’s election on Tuesday after exit polls showed he had erased his center-left rivals’ lead with a hard rightward shift that saw him disavow a commitment to negotiate a Palestinian state.
Benjamin Netanyahu expressed “concern” over the impact high turnout rates in Israel’s Arab communities could have on the election. The Arab party Hadash responded with this meme.3
‘My Promised Land,’ the best-selling book about Israel by journalist Ari Shavit, is being made into a documentary for HBO.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on Twitter, claimed a “great victory” in Israel’s election on Tuesday, after exit polls showed his right-wing Likud party even with its main opponent, the center-left Zionist Union.15
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