Netanyahu and Gantz meeting ends without accord

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Kahol-Lavan leader Benny Gantz sat down for 45 minutes in Tel Aviv on Tuesday without achieving a breakthrough on a power-sharing deal for avoiding a third election. In earlier meetings with Likud members, the prime minister said that a unity government was still possible and worth striving for, since if offered a one-time opportunity for historic achievements.

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2 thoughts on “Netanyahu and Gantz meeting ends without accord

  • Dec 4, 2019 @ 8:13 at 8:13
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    I have to wonder how much the Satmars and Neturei Karta are behind all of this political turmoil. The head of the Satmar sect was just in Israel.

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  • Dec 4, 2019 @ 16:01 at 16:01
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    ANY SHARMOUTA LOOKING TO HOOKUP WITH HARD POUNDING PITCHER TODAY? PREFER HAIRY DIRTY AND SMELLY BACK HOLE AKA “RAW BREEDING”. IF YOUR DAD DRESSES UP IN YOUR MOTHERS UNDERWEAR I WILL BREED HER TOO … I MEAN HIM. HIT ME UP. STATS AND LOCATION.

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