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Israelis went to elections on April 9, 2019. While the main two parties came out almost even, it was clear, based on the victories of the smaller parties, that Israelis were voting for a right-wing government led by Benjamin Netanyahu. However, after asking for a two-week extension to form a coalition, Netanyahu has not been able to put together a 61-seat majority government. There are many factors.

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You just can’t win with the BDS movement if you aren’t anti-Israel enough for their standards.

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The European Union – the largest single donor to the Palestinian Education Ministry – is finally going to review whether textbooks used in schools promote hatred and violence particularly against Israel.

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Two churches in the West Bank have been attacked, vandalized and robbed in the last week and Christian Palestinians said they feel targeted and unsafe.

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