At first glance, the early election into which Israel is being helplessly dragged is just more of the same.
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With Israel staring down a serious spike in coronavirus cases, Netanyahu imposed new restrictions on movement and gatherings last week.
President Trump was nominated for the prize earlier this week.
Israeli society has never been as divided as it is now.
Anti-Netanyahu protests spread to L.A. and other U.S. cities
Savaged not only for his betrayal but also for his poor negotiating skills, Gantz actually took Bibi to the cleaners.
With the prospect of yet a fourth balloting on the horizon, an unprecedented conversation has emerged about a ‘Jewish majority’ government.
As Israel heads into its third elections in 11 months, there is one politician worth following closely: Ayman Odeh, the 44-year-old head of the Joint List, a combined slate of Arab parties. He wants to be taken seriously in all fields of life. Including politics. As the political establishment is focused on round three of the same ‘to Bibi, or not to Bibi’ show, Odeh is trying to bring Arabs inside Israel’s process in a way that has not happened before.