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Dateline Washington: Between peace, Washington and Israel’s elections
Netanyahu: Campaign not over, requires 'patience and sagacity.'
IDI finds majority of public don’t trust polls
By GIL HOFFMAN
This was the third time in the past month that tapes were revealed of Gantz saying things that were potentially harmful to his campaign.
"Three chiefs of staff and no one told you that this is Sinwar?" Ofer Golan wrote in response.
By TZVI JOFFRE
Netanyahu claimed on Friday that he intends to file a libel suit against Blue and White leaders Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid and Moshe Ya'alon for calling him a traitor.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"Gantz, Lapid and Ya'alon calling me a 'traitor' is a severe incitement that must not be ignored, their lies crossed a red line of the most sensitive issues relating to Israel's security."
By ALON EINHORN
Promising to tackle the overcrowding in Israel’s hospitals, the co-leaders said they would invest NIS 12.5 billion in an effort to shorten waiting times in emergency rooms and hospitalization procedures.
By EYTAN HALON
For the question "who do you prefer as prime minister," the poll showed that Netanyahu leads with 38% while 36% would prefer Gantz and Lapid.
"The moment of truth is coming, and the choice will be between a government of Bibi-Smotrich-Kahane and a Blue and White government under Gantz that would bring about change and hope for Israel."
Gantz, Lapid, Ya'alon and Ashkenazi kick off the campaign at an Ashdod restaurant.
By ZACK EVANS
Much of the report focused on statements Ashkenazi made about people in the Israeli media who are unknown outside Israel. But one statement stood out.
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