Netanyahu and Lieberman talk at cross purposes

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sat down with Yisrael Beitenu leader Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday for the first time in seven months, ever since the latter engineered two general elections. Lieberman rejected the prime minister’s effort to form a broad unity coalition government. He insisted that he would only join a government if it was confined to the two largest parties Likud, Kachol Lavan and his own faction.

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6 thoughts on “Netanyahu and Lieberman talk at cross purposes

  • Oct 3, 2019 @ 13:33 at 13:33
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    This is funny as it plays out; Lieberman is finished as is Gantz. Lapid. Ya’alon over, Bibi will be practically exhonorated and come back in 3rd election in a landslide

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    • Oct 5, 2019 @ 21:43 at 21:43
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      Everyone is finished ; Israel is broken down society of thieves, that cannot divide the pie they stole from immigrants , that slave ,to sustain government of parasites .

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  • Oct 3, 2019 @ 13:50 at 13:50
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    That is exactly what the Lord told me the other day. The impeachment of the POTUS will also fail, and he will come back stronger.

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    • Oct 5, 2019 @ 20:50 at 20:50
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      I doubt your hearing

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  • Oct 3, 2019 @ 16:12 at 16:12
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    …And All this can be dealt with by an effective, crushing pre-emptive attack on the two-legged rats in Gaza,
    and the fat rat Nasrallah !

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  • Oct 3, 2019 @ 18:20 at 18:20
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    If ever the Likud and Blue&White form a coalition, they will not want nor need Mr. Lieberman. In fact, given his rotten behavior, If I were BiBI, I would not want him anywhere near the government.
    He can instigate all he wants with the rest of those that hate the State of Israel, ie: the Arabs.

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