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February 1, 2015 / 12 Shevat, 5775
 
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Netanyahu Announces Early Elections In Israel

L-R: Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, former Kadima Party leader Tzipi Livni, Prime Minister Netanyahu, Labor Party leader Shelly Yachimovich and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman are some of the big names in focus as Israel gears for elections in early 2013.

L-R: Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, former Kadima Party leader Tzipi Livni, Prime Minister Netanyahu, Labor Party leader Shelly Yachimovich and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman are some of the big names in focus as Israel gears for elections in early 2013.

Editor’s Note: For JewishPress.com’s Yori Yanover’s take on the elections, go to www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/whos-running-whos-winning-whos-losing-in-the-2013-knesset-elections/2012/10/10/.

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L-R: Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, former Kadima Party leader Tzipi Livni, Prime Minister Netanyahu, Labor Party leader Shelly Yachimovich and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman are some of the big names in focus as Israel gears for elections in early 2013.

JERUSALEM – Now it’s official: Israel is going to the polls. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday that the elections for the 19th Knesset will be held early next year.

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