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Even if Bibi is successful in collapsing the new government, a new election may prove particularly challenging
By Limor Simhony Philpott
Hamas’s rockets appear to have ended a coalition before it was even formed
If the riots on Israeli soil require much more attention, the politicians might be inclined to achieve a ceasefire
While the attack in Iran comes at a convenient time for Bibi, Joe Biden’s government is not pleased
Many Israelis may vote strategically in a bid to end Netanyahu’s long and tumultuous rule
Iran’s radical leaders have long called for the destruction of the state of Israel
He is now viewed as a desperate man, panicked and fighting for his freedom
The battle the Israeli Defense Force can’t win
Limor Simhony Philpott
Bibi is back
Netanyahu’s departure would be good news for Israel
Can Iran help keep King Bibi in power?
Is time up for King Bibi?
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh’s death comes at a convenient time for Netanyahu
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