Israel's Fateful Elections: Here's How to Keep Up to Date

Lapid and Netanyahu go head-to-head to lead the country for Israel's fifth election in three years, but polls show yet another stalemate could be in the offing. Here's how to follow Haaretz's cutting-edge coverage

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Prime minister Yair Lapid and opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu.
Prime minister Yair Lapid and opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu.Credit: Oded Balilty, Sebastian Scheiner/ AP; Marc Israel Sellem; Artwork by Anastasia Shub
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The far right is rising, the left is in trouble and Netanyahu’s fate hangs in the balance: On November 1, Israelis head to the polls for the fifth time in three years.

FOLLOW HAARETZ'S LIVE ELECTION COVERAGE

In this climactic struggle between the Netanyahu camp and his opponents, with the far right surging and with an Arab electorate hesitant to vote, can caretaker Prime Minister Yair Lapid hold on to power – or will Netanyahu stage a dramatic return? How will the results test Israel's democracy, and its relationship with key allies and Jewish communities abroad?

Haaretz.com has all the breaking news, analysis and commentary you need to understand how Israelis are voting – and what the elections mean for Israel's future.

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