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Netanyahu could lose PM job as rivals attempt to join forces

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Netanyahu is a corrupt swine and needs to go asap.

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Which raises the interesting question of which trial will take precedence, the one in Tel Aviv or the one in the Hague?

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"Netanyahu even attempted to court a small Islamist Arab party . . ."

Israeli leadership treats their fellow Arab citizens kindly, even as their Arab neighbors commit terrorist attacks against innocent Israeli women, children, men.

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The sooner the better. Nentayahoo IS the problem in Israel and is happy to start wars and murder women and children to stay in power

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HAHAAHAHAHAH!

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Finally some good news from the Middle East! Goodbye, Bibi. Don't come back.

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Bibi has been extremely restrained and cautious.

Hopefully he will be replaced by someone who treats terrorist regimes like Hamas even more harshly.

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End of the Netanyahu crim whose court case is still ongoing. The wife already took a plea deal. Not a popular man who couldn't get enough votes even after four elections to form a government. Nightly protests outside his residence. The majority of Israeli don't share his views.

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The majority of Israeli don't share his views.

I’m not so sure about that. I know the left media puts that out fiercely which always pretty much indicates the opposite.

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I’m not so sure about that. I know the left media puts that out fiercely which always pretty much indicates the opposite.

Wjat is it like living in paralyzing fear of “the left”?

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bass4funkToday  11:24 am JST

"The majority of Israeli don't share his views."

I’m not so sure about that. 

Not allowed to say anything bad about "Bibi," are you.

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bass4funk

The majority of Israeli don't share his views.

I’m not so sure about that. I know the left media puts that out fiercely which always pretty much indicates the opposite.

You can't wiggle out of this because the figures are publicly available over four elections Netanyahu was only able to secure about 32% of the votes which is definitely a minority. He has been unable to form a new government over four elections.

Speak volumes.

BTW Nothing to do with the left media.

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Bibi has been prime minister for 15 years. In the most free country in the Middle East. Israel is grateful to his leadership and for protecting them from Israel's surrounding enemy states, and terrorist bastion on disputed lands.

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Israel is grateful to his leadership 

Only about 32% are grateful for his leadership.

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Commodore PerryToday  01:35 pm JST

Bibi has been prime minister for 15 years. In the most free country in the Middle East. Israel is grateful to his inspired and masterful leadership and for valiantly protecting them from Israel's surrounding enemy states, and terrorist bastion on Israel's sacred eternal homeland.

There. Made it read a bit more like a Pravda article for you.

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Get his cell ready.

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Commodore PerryToday  09:56 am JST

Hopefully he will be replaced by someone who treats terrorist regimes like Hamas even more harshly.

Instead of just writing about it why don't you go over there and help. Sounds like you're desperate to go toe-to-toe with those Israel-hating terrorist scumbags and rip them apart with your teeth Old Testament style.

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Netanyahu has been PM for 12 years since 2009. He would make a pact with the devil if it meant staying in office.

The voters are so grateful to all 32% of them.

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Israel need to end this cycle of violence against the Palestinians, the real winner in Israel is the one LEADER who has the balls to end the Occupation of Palestine and unit the country on a path to Peace and Justice for all citizens.

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Naftali Bennett!!!

This is the same guy that once said during a parliament session " i killed many Arabs in my lifetime. and killing more should not be a problem""

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My understanding is that Bennett is an ultranationalist, and more right wing than Netanyahu. Is that not true?

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At the end, regardless of the outcome of the election, Israel will maintain a leadership that protects the country against terrorists and hostile surrounding nations. It will continue to administer the lands that were offered for a Palestinian stay, but were refused by those Palestinian Arabs, because unlike Israel, they could not compromise, and wanted all the land. And those Palestinian Arabs did not complain when those lands were annexed and occupied by Jordan for almost 20 years. But now they try and stake a claim to that land?

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lands that were offered for a Palestinian stay, but were refused by those Palestinian Arabs, because unlike Israel, they could not compromise, and wanted all the land.

People whos homes and farms were taken from them in the course of a war want them back. Gee, imagine that. If someone took my home by forces I would fight too.

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"People whos homes and farms were taken from them in the course of a war want them back. Gee, imagine that. If someone took my home by forces I would fight too."

I agree---the French, Italians, Spanish, Mexicans, Indians, Irish etc. should wage war.

Thankfully the same does hold true in Israel-their borders have never changed since their creation.

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Poor old commode still thinks that it is legal to take people as slaves, I guess.

And the Israeli regime keeps expanding their borders in 'wars of self offense' but guess what, not only was it illegal to depopulate Central Palestine of most of its Palestinian population, the ICC, who get to define what is international law, ruled quite recently that such depopulation didn't change the fact that the majority of the legal population remained Palestinian, and their right to self determination remains intact, when it came to the areas where the Israeli regime has depopulated Palestinians from in West Palestine and East Palestine.

I'm sure that his absolute belief will be enough to convince the court to adopt the opposite stance for Central Palestine aka Israel, just as Trump's absolute belief that he won the election was enough to get the Senators to reverse the finding that he didn't.

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Thankfully the same does hold true in Israel-their borders have never changed since their creation.

Demonstrably false:

More than 70 years after Israel declared statehood, its borders are yet to be entirely settled. Wars, treaties and occupation mean the shape of the Jewish state has changed over time, and in parts is still undefined.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-54116567.amp

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