The Netanyahu era continues, with Israel moving still further right

Netanyahu was feted by Likud party supporters at an election-night party in Tel Aviv

THE CONTINUING REIGN OF KING BIBI IS ALL BUT GUARANTEED. Benjamin Netanyahu was on track to a record fifth term as Israel’s Prime Minister on April 10 after challenger Benny Gantz conceded defeat in what at first appeared to be a close contest. Both Netanyahu’s Likud and Gantz’s Blue and White parties won 35 seats in balloting a day

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