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'Unprecedented' Is an Understatement: How the Bennett-Lapid Coalition Can Survive

The government set to be sworn in on Sunday afternoon already looks fragile. Its biggest danger may be moves made to show the Israeli public – and the world – that they are not Netanyahu

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Our hearts are filled with excitement as 4 P.M. on Sunday approaches, when the Knesset is set to vote to end Benjamin Netanyahu’s prolonged rule, but our brains insist on spoiling the party.

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