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For Netanyahu, a dream come true?

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Published: 12 November 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

For Netanyahu, Donald Trump’s victory is a trip into the unknown – Barak Ravid – Haaretz 09.11.16
For the first time in Netanyahu's career as PM, there is a Republican in the White House. But Trump's victory will test his West Bank policy like never before.

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Netanyahu’s dream came true big-time: a Republican president on steroids – Yossi Verter – Haaretz 10.11.16
In Donald Trump, the Israeli PM gets a US partner who's vulgar, brutal and a bully – the perfect solution for burying the two-state solution.

Trump election already bad news for Palestinians
– Derek Davison – LobeLog 11.11.16

Trump sets sights on ‘ultimate deal’ between Israel, Palestinians – The Times of Israel 12.11.16
President-elect says he’d like to bring peace ‘to war that never ends’ for ‘humanity’s sake’. Israeli Foreign Ministry preliminary assessment distributed last week to all Israeli embassies was that Trump would reduce US involvement in ME and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Middle East will quickly teach Trump rules of the game
– Akiva Eldar – Al-Monitor 10.11.16

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