The campaign of Gideon Sa’ar, the conservative rival of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, announced on Tuesday that it had suspended its cooperation with four American political strategists affiliated with the Lincoln Project less than a month after they were hired.
“It’s common knowledge generally in Israel that your data gets leaked all the time. Your data is out there, it’s happening.”
A Likud lawmaker offered to prevent egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall in exchange for a small party dropping out of Israeli elections.
The party had planned to place cameras in more than 1,000 polling stations in Arab communities, as it did in April, saying it was to prevent fraud.
This paradigm of Israeli-induced one-way emigration from Gaza is fundamentally wrong on many levels.
Likud said the campaign shows Netanyahu is “in another league” from his competition. It incited a protest.
A Likud official said it “is not a part of the formal campaign.” But a MAGA flag was waved at their election night party earlier this year.
Netanyahu and Trump have been close allies since the president’s inauguration in 2017.
The purpose of the cameras is to prevent voter fraud, according to the party.
The network could violate Israeli laws pertaining to elections, campaign finance, privacy and taxation.