With 100 Days To Go, No Clear Winner Emerges In Israel’s Election

by Micha Gefen

Polls have remained the same for weeks as Israel’s election is only 100 days away.

Sure, Bibi’s Likud has the means to become the largest party, but the block as a whole is frozen at 60, just one shy of the magic 61.

So will Bibi find a way to muster a coalition?

Anything is possible, but with Iran marching fast to a bomb, expect Lapid to use it as leverage as to why Israel should keep him as Prime Minister. If Lapid is able to hold on due to a lack of a viable coalition from the right – the results will be catastrophic.

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