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47% of Israelis support a Lapid-Bennett led government - poll

Were Israel to hold direct elections for prime minister today, some 37% of Israelis would vote for Netanyahu and 23% for Lapid.

The Left should insist on an Arab minister - opinion

When we go out to the polls again, be it in 2021 or 2025, the Center-Left will still need to face the Arab public and convince them to vote and to give them their support.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at Mount Meron after the tragic incidents on Thursday night, April

'Responsibility does not mean blame' - Ohana deflects blame for Meron

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was heckled on his visit to the site of the tragedy.


Netanyahu needs to go, Israel needs a reset - opinion

It is sad to say, but Netanyahu today is a danger to the State of Israel. Even his longtime supporters must recognize that this country is more important than this prime minister.


Chaos is Netanyahu's ladder, Bennett can pull it out from under him

POLITICS: There’s a famous line from the TV show Game of Thrones that “chaos is a ladder.” The chaos of a four-election cycle has kept Netanyahu in office for an additional two years.

What will the cabinet of an anti-Netanyahu government look like?

It is possible to provide educated guesses about which portfolio will go to whom in the government that is expected to have 24 ministers, including the prime minister.


China to report first population drop in five decades

A population drop will add pressure on Beijing to roll out measures to encourage couples to have more children and avert an irreversible decline.

A swarm of desert locusts fly near the town of Rumuruti, Kenya, January 31, 2021.

Lebanon battles swarms of locusts after wind changes direction

The locusts, which threaten crops, are the latest addition to a long list of challenges faced by Lebanon, which is battling its worst financial crisis in decades.

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Bennett: 'I have begun talks to form a national unity government'

The Likud Party responded to Bennett, saying in a statement that Bennett wants to be prime minister at all costs, including at the cost of [forming] a left-wing government"

Is this the end of the road for Benjamin Netanyahu?

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Had Netanyahu not alienated right-wing allies such as Bennett, Sa’ar and Liberman, he would not be in this predicament.

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