Israel Election Results: Kahanist Racism, Homophobia Enter Knesset After Far-right Party's Strong Showing

Radical characters look likely to enter the Knesset, with far-right alliance Religious Zionism projected to get seven seats

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The far-right Religious Zionism party exceeded expectations Tuesday night, with exit polls showing the party garnering between six and seven seats in the Knesset. 

In the final days before the election, the Religious Zionist Party, headed by Bezalel Smotrich was viewed as being in danger of falling below the electoral threshold of four Knesset seats. 

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