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Is Likud playing with fire?

For me, a chilling moment came when an announcer began reading out the names of journalists who have pursued the story of the corruption allegations.

A GROUP of junior high school students are demanding the government fulfill its educational duty to
THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

Likud party member Deputy Mayor Elisha Peleg dismissed from Likud party, and children feel like the government has failed them, taking matters into their own hands.

13/02/2020
President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on January 28
Netanyahu hoped to use annexation to gain votes for March 2 elections

Does the US peace deal have a chance now that hopes of annexation before the March 2 election have been dashed?

By MARK WEISS
21/02/2020
Young Labor display New Year's countdown to end of 'age of Netanyahu,' Jan. 1, 2020
Young Labor displays New Year's countdown to end of the 'era of Netanyahu'

The countdown ended with the words, "The end of the era of Netanyahu. The Likud doesn't count you! We'll put an end to that!" followed by the party's logo and slogan "people before everything."

01/01/2020
Netanyahu accuses Sa'ar of wanting illegal primary

Sa'ar: You asked for snap primary before

13/12/2019
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) flanked by Naftali Bennett (L) and Ayelet Shaked (R)
Is New Right on the way to merging with Likud?

Party spokeswoman says no offers from Likud to join, nor have there been any negotiations.

Likud officials: Thursday's Netanyahu endorsement legally irrelevant

But leadership race can’t be held without Netanyahu’s approval

09/10/2019
Benjamin Netanyahu, Likud

Who is Benjamin Netanyahu?

17/09/2019
Yisrael Beytenu strongly denies circumcision ban accusation

Avigdor Liberman's party says that it believe the source of this fake news is Likud supporters.

Miri Regev talks about cultural loyalty bill at press conference.
In God Regev trusts… to deliver Likud - analysis

Over the last weekend, Regev, who is not religiously observant, said that it was God that decides elections and no one else.

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