How 12 Years of Netanyahu Reshaped Israel

Netanyahu's rule changed everything in Israeli politics, drawing the Haredi parties deep into the right, pushing the Palestinians out of discourse, and rendering indisputable the Iranian existential threat. This is how it happened

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