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Netanyahu Is the Political Equivalent of the Ship Blocking the Suez Canal

For two years, Netanyahu has placed Israeli politics in an impasse ■ Mideast enemies learned to read Netanyahu. They may test a government without him

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel

The nearly final results of Tuesday’s Knesset election, which are due to be formally announced on Friday, make it clear that this was the fourth round of elections in two years without a decisive outcome. Ostensibly anything is still possible, but the near tie between the blocs will apparently make it difficult to form a new stable government.

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