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Why Israel is Struggling to Find a Way out of Its Political Deadlock

WorldNews Thursday, 3 October 2019
Why Israel is Struggling to Find a Way out of Its Political DeadlockIt would be a grave mistake to assume that the continuing political deadlock in Israel – with neither incumbent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu nor his main rival Benny Gantz seemingly able to cobble together a coalition government – is evidence of a deep ideological divide. In political terms, there is nothing divided about Israel. In this month’s general election, 90 percent of Israeli Jews voted for parties that identify as being either on the militaristic, anti-Arab right or on the religious, anti-Arab far-right. The two parties claiming to represent the center-left – the rebranded versions of Labour and Meretz – won only 11 seats in the 120-member parliament. Stranger still, the three...
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