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Israels Government Collapses, Setting Up 5th Election in 3 Years

| June 23, 2022

JERUSALEM Israels governing coalition will dissolve Parliament before the end of the month, bringing down the government and sending the country to a fifth election in three years, the prime minister said on Monday. The decision plunged Israel back into paralysis and threw a political lifeline to Benjamin Netanyahu, the right-wing prime minister who left office just one year ago upon the formation of the current government

Another election puts Israel’s efforts to reduce cost of living on back burner – Reuters.com

| June 23, 2022

JERUSALEM, June 23 (Reuters) - Israel's economy is expected to be resilient during yet another election cycle, but households will suffer as reforms to reduce the cost of living are likely to be shelved and state spending will be scaled back until a 2023 budget is approved. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett moved this week to dissolve parliament and call Israel's fifth election in less than four years after infighting made the ruling coalition no longer tenable. The poll is expected to take place some time between late September and early November - which means months of policy paralysis.

Israels government collapses again. So, what now? – The Hill

| June 23, 2022

For the fifth time in four years, Israelis will return to the ballot box to vote for a new government. There is little indication that the next election will have a definitive result. Israelis may have to endure repeated elections beyond 2022 simply to get a slim majority to form a coalition government and that has ramifications for the Middle East and U.S

Netanyahu hails fall of Israels worst government, slams Bennetts charade – The Times of Israel

| June 23, 2022

Bennett: We made a tough decision, but it was the best for the country In comments made following the decision to dissolve the Knesset and call new elections, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett hails his government as a good government, as it saved Israel from an extended political crisis, improved the countrys security and political climate, prevented a new Iran nuclear deal, and boosted national dignity.

Covert War Between Iran, Israel Emerges from the Shadows – CBN.com

| June 23, 2022

JERUSALEM, Israel For years, whats called a war between wars has existed between Israel and Iran, where much of the fighting takes place in the shadows. This shadow war is coming more and more out into the open. Recently, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced new rules of engagement with Iran called "Operation Octopus." He said, In the past year, the State of Israel has taken action against the head of the terrorist octopus the days of immunity, in which Iran attacks Israel and spreads terrorism via its regional proxies but remains unscathed, are over.

Opposition calls for Tunisia to withdraw from military exercise with Israel – Middle East Monitor

| June 23, 2022

The Republican Party called on Tunisian authorities to withdraw from the "African Lion" military manoeuvres led by the United States and hosted by Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana and Senegal. Israel is expected to take part in the exercise. The Republican Party condemned, in a statement issued on Tuesday, "the engagement of the July 25 regime in the path of normalisation in more than one field

Israel Occupation Forces fire tear gas at Gaza fishermen and farmers – Middle East Monitor

| June 23, 2022

Israeli navy forces opened fire at Palestinian fishermen and their boats off the northern coast of the besieged Gaza Strip this morning. According to a Wafa correspondent, the fishermen were sailing in the Al-Sudaniya and Al-Waha shores, until Israeli gunboats attacked them with machine guns, forcing them to abandon their fishing trip and return home. No casualties were reported

Denying Holocaust Denial | National Vanguard

| June 23, 2022

by Thomas Dalton, PhD.

Israel Elected to Lead International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance in 2025 – Algemeiner

| June 23, 2022

Israel will serve as President of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) for 2025, a year marking 80 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and the end of the Second World War.

For Israel’s language czar, reviving Hebrew means bringing it down from the tower – The Times of Israel

| June 23, 2022

How do you say spyware in Hebrew? Until recently, Hebrew speakers who wanted to talk about the Israeli company NSO and its notorious Pegasus spyware had to rely on the English term, Israelifying it to fit their cadence and pronunciation and tossing it into the torrent of Hebrew vernacular.


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