Israeli Elections Update

Events are moving quickly in Israel, where President Shimon Peres has tapped Likud Party leader Benjamin Netanyahu to form a coalition government. It is expected that the process of deal-making and power-brokering may take some weeks. America has a backgrounder on the Israeli elections in our Signs of the Times section in the hot-off-the-presses print edition. The breaking news story from The New York Times can be found here.

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9 years 11 months ago
''I don’t see any difference between Hamas and Lieberman'' Wow! Thank you for the perfect example of reletivist, latent Anti-semitism which seems so prevelent in academia today. As a side note: Anybody who complains about our country's two party system just study Isreali politics a while - talk about complete disfunction and disproportionate democratic power.

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