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Israel Election Results: Netanyahu's Loyal Soldiers Are Slowly Losing Faith in Their Leader

Unlike the last three times when he could rely with his eyes closed on the ultra-Orthodox, Netanyahu is entering coalition talks without an unlimited insurance policy in his pocket

Yossi Verter
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Just like the people caught in traffic jams during the intermediate days of the Pesach holiday, the political convoy is stuck on its way to forming a government. The infrastructure (i.e., the system) is to blame, and so are the drivers themselves.

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