A good step forward, said Rivlin after first Netanyahu Gantz meeting

The heads of Israel’s two leading parties, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of Likud and Benny Gantz of Kachol Lavan, met Monday night for the first time since Israel’s Sept. 17 election under the auspices of President Reuven Rivlin. He urged them to negotiate forming a national unity government to overcome the stalemate generated by the election whereby neither party had enough support to form a viable. coalition government. After the first part of the meeting, Rivlin left the two leaders alone. When it ended, the president said: “This evening we took a significant step and our first task now is to build a direct line of dialogue in mutual trust.” Netanyahu and Gantz arranged to meet again on Wednesday.

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4 thoughts on “A good step forward, said Rivlin after first Netanyahu Gantz meeting

  • Sep 23, 2019 @ 23:16 at 23:16
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    Gantz must sacrifice himself smartly, tear down all West Bank and forcibly move the terrorists with their families in Gaza. Then he gets pardon and protection at home. Not supposed to leave, ever!

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    • Sep 24, 2019 @ 21:50 at 21:50
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      dünyada savaşların sebebi siyonizm evanjelizm protetanlardır

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  • Sep 24, 2019 @ 7:25 at 7:25
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    Even 12 Tribes of Abraham, Prophets, Brothers, Daughters, Mothers, Fathers, Shepard’s Farmers, Merchants, Kings, Queens of Judea & Israel Often Argue, Disagree, Agree & Compromise Sooner Or Later For The Protection, Survival, of People Beliefs In One G-d They Have A Special Relationship! Even Against Those That Sought Their Deaths! Yet, Judaism Remains Within Their Hearts, Brains, & Souls! SO BE IT!

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  • Sep 24, 2019 @ 21:51 at 21:51
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    dünyada savaşların sebebi siyonizm evanjelizm protetanlardır

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