Netanyahu acting as Likud chairman, but resentment against him crosses camps
Netanyahu has to decide: Either he regains control of the party with dramatic moves, or he uses its weakness as a lever. In the meantime, he's doing neither.
At noon on Wednesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood opposite Golani Brigade combat troops on the Golan Heights and exhorted them “to break the adversary, to instill mortal fear in him at the decisive moment.” Amateur psychologists will say he wasn’t thinking about President Bashar Assad, the Lion of Damascus, but the mosquito from the Likud convention, MK Danny Danon.
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