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    Netanyahu promises no Palestinian state if he is re-elected

    Cats are out of the swcbags finally as the 40 year drama of deception is coming to an end coinciding with serious fracturing of zionist lobbies.

    Netanyahu promises no Palestinian state if he is re-elected - ‎22 minutes ago‎
    JERUSALEM (AP) - Embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged Monday that a Palestinian state will not be established if he is re-elected, as part of frantic last-minute campaigning ahead of parliamentary elections.


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    Ther are many great Polish people in the world, this suspected war criminal is not one of them:

    WaPo: Netanyahu offers West Bank annexation to right-wing voters ahead of cliffhanger election
    Opinion polls show Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party locked in a very tight race with the Blue and White party.

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    As Israel votes, Donald Trump proves he's the 'King of Israel'

    Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY Published Sept. 16, 2019
    Every American president in modern times has been staunchly pro-Israel, President Donald Trump perhaps more than most. USA TODAY

    RAMAT TRUMP, Golan Heights – It's been branded a hollow public relations exercise. It may not actually get built. It's surrounded by hostile military land. And as for the well-known preference for luxury real estate and trademark bling of the family whose name it would ultimately bear, it almost certainly won't be a shining example anytime soon.
    But a planned Israeli community named "Ramat Trump" in Hebrew, or "Trump Heights," around 12 miles from the Syrian border – right in the heart of territory the United States alone recognizes as legal Israeli territory – nevertheless encapsulates a defining tenet of U.S. foreign policy: Every American president in modern times, citing shared history and values and an unshakeable security commitment, has been staunchly pro-Israel.
    President Donald Trump perhaps more than most.
    "Trump's a true friend of Israel," said Haim Rokach, the head of the Golan Heights Regional Council that is overseeing the fledgling "Trump Heights" initiative in Bruchim, a shabby village, population approximately 7-10, that is part of Kela Alon, a larger adjoining community of 80-90 families who are predominantly secular Israeli Jews.

    Israel elections: Netanyahu, Lieberman fight for the 'Russian vote'

    As elections loom closer, the Russian-speaking community in Israel is being aggressively courted by the two feuding right-wing leaders
    Tel Aviv, Israel
    Published date: 5 September 2019

    Soon after being forced to announce that another legislative election would take place on 17 September after he failed to secure a comfortable majority during an April vote, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made two statements.
    First, he labelled Avigdor Lieberman, the Soviet-born head of right-wing secular nationalist party Yisrael Beiteinu, a "leftist". Second, he announced, in a threatening manner, that he would invest 50m shekels ($14m) in a campaign aimed at the Russian-Israeli vote.
    The two statements complement each other.
    Lieberman, himself a veteran immigrant from Moldova, is the head of what is still considered a sectarian "Russian" party in Israel. In April elections, this electorate only brought him five seats out of 120 in Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, but it is still perceived as his clan.
    Netanyahu, arguably the best campaigner in Israeli politics, is treading into unknown territory going after the Russian vote on his own. He never really had to win them over as they have usually come to him out of an affinity for Lieberman.
    For years, Lieberman operated as Netanyahu’s outsourcer for Russian votes. That was the nature of the tacit non-aggression pact between the two: you do not attack me, I bring my votes into your coalition pool.

    But Lieberman’s refusal to join Netanyahu’s coalition in April and the prime minister’s subsequent attempt to encroach on Lieberman’s turf were nothing short of a declaration of war.
    As the stand-off between Lieberman and Netanyahu intensifies in the lead-up to the election, Israel’s Russian-speaking community finds itself at the centre of this battle for influence.

    The ‘Russian vote’

    With almost one million immigrants from the former Soviet Union in Israel, amounting to a block of about 15-16 seats in parliament, the Russian community naturally finds itself in the middle of this power struggle.

    They are largely considered right-wingers, yet also as a less committed swing vote. Over the 30 years since the first huge wave of migration from the collapsing Soviet Union, their vote brought late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin to power in 1992. Doing so, they allowed the Oslo Accords to be signed - only to fiercely oppose them just one year later.

    In subsequent elections, they would majoritarily vote for Netanyahu in 1996; then Ehud Barak, head at the time of the Labor Party; then Ariel Sharon, the architect of disengagement from Gaza; and then for Netanyahu again.
    Whoever they choose to go for, one thing seems clear: you cannot become Prime Minister in Israel without what is called “the Russian vote” in popular jargon.
    Since he established his party in 1999, Lieberman has been juggling between his “base” as a sectarian party and the natural desire to become an all-Israeli party.
    As party leader for over two decades, he has kept swinging between these two very different options.
    Between the April election and September, he seemed to be quite successful in achieving both: so far, despite Netanyahu’s unprecedented investment in both money and energy, recent polls predict that Lieberman has managed to poach enough Russian voters from Netanyahu’s Likud party to gain two to three seats in the Knesset.


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