Israel Election: Inside Views on Netanyahu’s Desperate, Illiberal and Annexationist Attempt to Hold on to Power

Israel has never held two national elections in one year, and voters face a stark choice: backing Netanyahu’s unprecedented assault on foundational liberal democratic values – or pushing back. Find out more in our top election op-eds

Esther Solomon
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Netanyahu and Gantz, then military chief, during an IDF Home Front drill.Credit: Amos Ben Gershom / GPO

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