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An Israel Channel 10 report speculated on Sunday that Likud and Yisrael Beytenu are headed their separate ways.
Avigdor Liberman will be holding a press...
With just days left until the coalition deadline, any of these rumors and leaks could be true.
It's not that the various coalition partners don't trust Bibi, but that he doesn't really trust them.
Haredi leaders could not care less if Israel retains Judea and Samaria - as long as their Mosdos (religious institutions) get funded.
I must admit that I really don't care which parties are in Bibi's government coalition anymore.
The attorney general returns to Netanyahu a piece of the coalition puzzle and approves a deal reserving the Foreign Ministry post for Lieberman. Lapid will have to settle for something else, at least for now.
A political tsunami is approaching, and the Jews in the land of Israel are fighting over total non-issues. If it weren’t so sad, it would be comical.
Bennett's pact with Yair Lapid, is not good for the country and is leading to fraternal hatred.
Israel might need to roll the proverbial dice again and go for new elections, because this atmosphere is simply too poisoned.
Like it or not, coalition or not, Netanyahu may continue as Prime Minister for quite a while.
One thing that Netanyahu does understand is that a Prime Minister should have as broad a coalition as possible to represent all sectors in Israeli society.
Mofaz asked for the Defense Ministry during coalition talks.
Bennett shouldn't have trying to play chicken against a pro.
Gideon Sa'ar, a contender to replace Netanyahu as party chairman, may be taking recent allegations more seriously than initially believed.
The criticism focused on the fact that Livni will be given a leading role in negotiations with the Palestinians, by the Likud said the Prime Minister will lead the negotiating team.
Shas and UTJ claim that they're joining the coalition. The question now is, who will be the last party to join?
It only took a month, but Likud-Beteinu finally managed to close a deal with its first coalition partner, Tzipi Livni's HaTnua party.
Livni will reportedly...
Nasty threats, mistreatment, rumors, and a general lack of trust define this government's coalition building attempts.
Not exactly what Jewish Home voters thought they would get on election day.
Inflexible 'principles' are for the opposition only, not the coalition.
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