To understand Israel’s future, look at where it is today

November 27, 2020 Author: Michele Chabin
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Israelis went to the polls three times over the course of less than 12 months. After the most recent election, Likud supporters displayed a poster of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at party headquarters in Tel Aviv, March 2, 2020. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)

JERUSALEM – When Israelis went to the polls three times over the course of less than 12 months for national elections in 2019 and 2020, they repeatedly were forced to confront questions about what kind of country they want their children to inherit.

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To understand Israel’s future, look at where it is today

Author: Michele Chabin

JERUSALEM – When Israelis went to the polls three times over the course of less than 12 months for national elections in 2019 and 2020, they repeatedly were forced to confront questions about what kind of country they want their children to inherit.