Israelis vote on Tuesday in the second election in five months. Could this be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s last stand?
For Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his former deputy Avigdor Liberman, Israel’s do-over election will cap a love-hate saga of three decades.
The long-simmering conflict between Israel’s secular and religious Jews takes center stage in the national election on Tuesday.
Amid claims of vote rigging and a row over cameras in polling stations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel targets its Arab voters again.
By all rights, the ex-army chief gunning for Mr. Netanyahu’s job should be in a commanding position heading into the Sept. 17 vote. But his missteps have kept the race even.