With just two weeks to go until Israel’s third election in 11 months, Anshel Pfeffer and Chaim Levinson join host Simon Spungin to discuss the seemingly intractable impasse that has bogged Israeli politics down for the past 14 months.
We ask: What will happen the day after the March 2 election? Will Netanyahu or Gantz finally be able to cobble together a coalition? Or will all the parties agree that three elections in less than a year is enough?
We also ask whether Mark Zuckerberg “liked” or “shared” Netanyahu’s concerns about how Facebook handles Likud’s online supporters and whether a yeshiva budgetary crisis could be the reason that ultra-Orthodox parties finally switch their allegiance from Bibi.
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