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Israel’s Political Bombshell: Bennett Survival, Bibi Comeback, or Elections?

Israel's ruling coalition just lost its majority in the Knesset, but Netanyahu is still far from getting his own majority to replace it. What does the latest drama mean for Bennett, Lapid, Gantz and other key players?

Anshel Pfeffer
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