And what a fine mess we are still in.
The president plans to hold meetings with each of the parties who received enough votes to enter the Knesset to hear their recommendations on the matter.
Netanyahu expressed surprise that Gantz refused to even meet him for talks.
“The people did not decide between the two blocs."
Netanyahu reportedly said voter turnout in Likud strongholds and in the settlements was low, and in a third election voter turnout in those locations would be higher.
Netanyahu is still at least six mandates short of the total he needs in order to form an outright majority for a ruling coalition government.
Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman is continuing to reiterate that a unity government is the “only option” after Tuesday’s elections.
Joint List leader Ayman Odeh may become the first Arab Opposition Leader in Israel’s history.
There are no simple solutions to Israel's tight deadlock, other than Israel Beiteinu chairman Avigdor Liberman waking up from his 4-month drunk and saying, "I did what?"
This reporter definitely sides with MK Bezalel Smotrich who last night called Ben Gvir and his party "irresponsible people who because of their ego threw votes in the trash."
The rightwing bloc is larger, but doesn't have the requisite 61 seats.
Otzma Yehudit does not cross the vote threshold in any of the major polls.
Netanyahu accused Facebook of buckling to left-wing pressure.
The small parties generally attract a fixed number of voters, and their weight will decline the larger the overall vote.
The three resignations came following accusations that Mallory and another early organizer of the march on Washington, Carmen Perez-Jordan, had made anti-Semitic remarks.
“I pray here for the people of Israel, for the State of Israel, and for the victory of Israel."
"This is a definite case of government by civil servants," Regavim said.
US officials said that seventeen points of impact were precisely targeted, an operation that required a surveillance and planning capacity "of a whole new level of sophistication."
Im Tirtzu's legal division hailed the ruling as "a great victory for Israeli democracy."
Tons of materials that were produced for the election campaigns.
MK Gideon Sa'ar (Likud), considered Netanyahu's heir apparent, said "attempts to stick a wedge into the Likud leadership will not succeed."
"My hope is that they recognize that his existence, his policies, his rhetoric really is contradictory to the peace we are all hoping the region receives."
"It's not enough that these radical academics set the tone for Israeli academia, now they are trying to decide the future of Israel."
German authorities have processed 1,249 applications for these payments since 2017, and rejected 347.
"Prohibition of real estate transactions on the basis of national affiliation causes some discomfort," seeing as it's hard to find a more racist exercise of apartheid against a specific ethnicity in purchasing land.
Bennett claims the Deal of the Century will create islands of Israel within an ocean of Palestine.
A partnership between the two largest parties would be big enough not to need Liberman to establish a majority.
The rightwing bloc without Liberman will probably get 60 seats, with the expectation that Netanyahu would be able to entice Orly Levy-Abekasis to join the coalition.
Bennett focused much of his time discussing free markets, deregulation, and the importance of only voting for a party guaranteed to pass the electoral threshold.
The Likud chatbot talked about “Arabs who want to destroy us all.”