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Palestinians see zero chance for talks with Israel under PM Netanyahu – top diplomat

Palestinians see zero chance for talks with Israel under PM Netanyahu – top diplomat

The Palestinian government sees zero possibility for resumption of talks with Israel as long as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remains in power, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki has said. “For the last years, while Netanyahu was a prime minister, he was successful in destroying all prospects for the renewing of negotiations,” he told

30 Parties Finalise Their Lists as Israel Prepares for Third General Vote in Less Than a Year

30 Parties Finalise Their Lists as Israel Prepares for Third General Vote in Less Than a Year

30 lists will take part in Israel's upcoming elections, scheduled for early March, a significant drop from the first round in April 2019, when 47 lists were competing. The parties' lists - that were submitted last night - are now final and cannot be changed. However, parties can still decide to remove themselves at the last minute. Many are not expected

Netanyahu Supporter: Premier's Not Perfect, But His Competitors Pale in Comparison to Him

Netanyahu Supporter: Premier's Not Perfect, But His Competitors Pale in Comparison to Him

With less than two months left until Israelis take to the polls again, a recent survey indicates that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party is still falling three seats behind its main rival - the Blue and White party of former chief of staff Benny Gantz . Netanyahu started sinking in the polls following a series of corruption investigations

2 right-wing Israeli parties unite after left-leaning alliance formed ahead of elections

2 right-wing Israeli parties unite after left-leaning alliance formed ahead of elections

Two right-wing Israeli political parties joined forces on Tuesday to challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The move came a day after a left-leaning alliance was announced. Israel is gearing up for its third election in less than a year after neither Netanyahu nor his centrist rival Benny Gantz were able to form a coalition following two polls

Israel’s left-wing parties merge

Israel’s left-wing parties merge

Labour, which dominated Israeli politics for decades and spearheaded peace efforts with the Palestinians, will join with the veteran party Meretz after seeing their combined seats in the 120-seat Knesset diminish from 29 to 11 after two inconclusive elections this year. Many of their voters have defected to the upstart centrist party Blue and White,