Can Israeli politics exist without Avigdor Lieberman?
The Yisrael Beiteinu chairman has become such a fixture in Israeli politics that the idea of an Evet-sized hole around the cabinet table is almost unthinkable. Almost.
Only two weeks ago, Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein announced he would not be indicting Avigdor Lieberman over money-laundering allegations and that what remained, after more than a decade of investigations, was one minor charge of breach of trust. Lieberman swiftly resigned as foreign minister in preparation for a speedy trial that seemed destined to end in a slap on the wrist and a quick return to...
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