Opposition Kahol Lavan’s Benny Gantz pledged on Tuesday, if he is elected, to extend Israel sovereignty to the Jordan Valley, Israel’s key eastern border – “in coordination with the international community.” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made this earlier commitment without the international proviso. He challenged Gantz to enact the step in the Knesset without delay since it was now consensual. Why wait for the March election? Likud accused Gantz of a vote-stealing dodge which was meaningless since the international community would never agree. And the left accused him of cozying up to the right.