The Tip-off and the Husband: How Israel's Coalition Crisis Unfolded

Idit Silman was considered an unflagging part of Israel's unity government, but Likud sensed a change, and a key minister told Bennett to watch out

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Idit Silman's defection from Naftali Bennett's government on Wednesday caught the coalition – and the country – off guard.

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