Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said he was still hopeful that a unity government would be formed. “The people don’t want another election,” he said.
Our democracy needs to work for both Jews and Arabs.
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Joint List head Ayman Odeh said the rare step was necessary to prevent another term for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu may be out but, the occupation will carry on.
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It’s simple: Netanyahu and Gantz don’t want to work together, but neither can be Prime Minister without Lieberman, who wants them to work together.
Gantz was marked for greatness at a young age, but was an unexpected choice to be IDF chief of staff, much less run the country.
It’s looking grim for Netanyahu, but don’t celebrate just yet.
The three main broadcasters showed their Likud and Blue and White parties in a virtual dead heat — just like in April.