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Anonymous asked in TravelAfrica & Middle EastIsrael · 5 months ago

So, how was the Israeli elections?

who won and who lost and why?

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  • 5 months ago
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    How was Israeli election?

    Extremely interesting and unusual.

    This Israeli election will enter history books the same way as the 6-days war, and will be studied by politicians all over the world for many years to come.

    Benjamin Netanyahu lost for the first time in 20 years.

    Interesting that Netanyahu had before election majority of the 1 vote, i.e. 61 members of Israel parliament of 120. Netanyahu was the one who called new elections being sure he could get more.

    Netanyahu lost personally, but his block has most members of the Israeli parliament.

    I believe, Netanyahu, known as a person of 160 IQ will survive this blunder.

    Have to add: the election was not about Israeli foreign politics, as Arab liars try represent it.

    The election was about role of the minority religious groups in Israel everyday live.

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  • Koci
    Lv 4
    5 months ago

    normal everything definitlly result .

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  • 5 months ago

    It dont matter, all jews look the same to us.

    Btw, did you hear about the look-a-like competition in israel?

    Everybody won!

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  • 5 months ago

    Well the US taxpayer is always the big loser, no mater who wins out there in the middle of nowhere.

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  • 5 months ago

    What election are you talking about, Mosad is appointing what they want, come on be realistic, an Apartheid state can't be democratic.

    There is overwhelming evidence that the system instituted by the Israeli government against the Palestinian people meets the UN definition of Apartheid.

    In effect, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory constitute one territorial unit under full Israeli control. As of 2016, of the total population of people that live in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, around 6.45 million are Jewish Israelis and about 6.41 million are Palestinians.

    Under Israeli law, and in practice, Jewish Israelis and Palestinians are treated differently in almost every aspect of life including freedom of movement, family, housing, education, employment and other basic human rights. Dozens of Israeli laws and policies institutionalise this prevailing system of racial discrimination and domination.

    Segregation is carried out by implementing separate legal regimes for Jewish Israelis and Palestinians living in the same area. For example, Jewish Israeli settlers living in the illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank are governed by Israeli civil law, while Palestinians also living in the occupied West Bank are governed by Israeli military law.

    Israel carries out various acts that are prohibited by the UN Apartheid Convention including:

    ● Forcible transfer of Palestinians to make way for illegal Israeli settlements.

    ● Preventing Palestinians from returning to their homes and lands.

    ● Systematic and severe deprivation of fundamental human rights of Palestinians based on their identity.

    ● Denying Palestinians their right to freedom of movement and residence.

    ● Murder, torture, unlawful imprisonment and other severe deprivation of physical liberty, especially of Palestinians living in Gaza.

    ● Persecution of Palestinians because of their opposition to Apartheid.

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    • 5 months agoReport

      Beautiful sunset was like, I love Jews and I was like...stalker! And she was like..I'm so sorry I'm so dumb lol! I'm a beayuuutiful bottle blonde bimbo!

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  • Nāga
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    Netanyahu and Gantz both failed to win enough votes to build a coalition with a majority. With all his problems, I can't see Netanyahu surviving politically for too much longer.

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