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Israel Election Results: Hamas Wouldn't Mind Some of Netanyahu's Possible Coalition Partners

Its hard to imagine Mansour Abbas and the United Arab List joining Netanyahu's government after election, or even supporting it from outside, without at least tacit consent of sister parties in the Mideast

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

There’s at least a touch of irony in the never-ending sorry saga in which Israel has been trapped by the prime minister’s attempts to evade justice. Wednesday morning, after it turned out that the fourth election in two years will also apparently end without a clear winner, another new height of absurdity was reached.

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