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Netanyahu 2021: Israel's Most Radical Government Ever Would Bring Fascism Within Reach

Victory for the pro-Netanyahu bloc might make him unstoppable, but the opposition's impulse to depose the ruler could lead to some short-term pragmatism ■ Lapid is concerned for Gantz's future in the Knesset, while also pushing for his extinction

Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter

After Benjamin Netanyahu’s resounding victory in 2015, the battered liberal camp that sought democracy and the rule of law consoled itself with the promises of Kulanu, may it rest in peace. Moshe Kahlon’s party served as the deciding factor in Netanyahu’s coalition and prevented him from carrying out various combative measures to weaken Israel’s democratic, legal and media fabric.

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