Gideon Levy

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Are the upcoming elections in Israel crucial? Will the results — a fourth term for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or a first for opposition leader Isaac Herzog — change Israel’s policy in a significant way?

As Israelis prepare to go to the polls, the answer seems to be negative.

Many observers in Europe and the United States seem to be under the impression that during Netanyahu’s time in power, Israel was hijacked by right wing zealots — and that Herzog, leader of the Zionist Union opposition party, is the man who will save the country and return it to the path of sanity.…  Seguir leyendo »