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Move possible against Netanyahu?

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Published: 12 April 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Will Ya'alon leave Likud? – Ben Caspit – Al-Monitor 11.04.16
With the Likud veering toward the radical right, Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Ya'alon might be tempted to leave in favor of a moderate-right party.
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The case of soldier A
– Uri Avinery - Jewish Business News 08.04.16
The main point of this incident, which nobody dares to spell out, is that for the first time in the history of Israel we are witnessing a full-fledged mutiny… A group of soldiers, supported by a major part of the political scene, has mutinied against their commanders. This is a major menace to the structure of the state, a challenge to what remains of our democracy.
The rot that started in the occupied territories is spreading throughout the country. It has now manifested itself in the one institution that has until now been loved by all (Jewish) Israelis: the army.

Shin Bet opens preliminary probe into incitement against Ya'alon
– Ynetnews 10.04.16

How the once-moderate Likud was radicalised
– Mazal Mualem – Al-Monitor 08.04.16
Over the past few years, the Likud has abandoned its image as a liberal, centre-right party, becoming more radical and identifying with the extreme Israeli right.


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