Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Israeli Extreme Left Media Pushing for Elections

From the talk on the Israeli news media, you'd think that the 3rd Netanyahu coalition had long ago collapsed and new elections had been officially scheduled. They've been talking "elections" for quite awhile. Every time Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog speaks, he prefaces his statements with "if I was Prime Minister, I'd..." and they lap it up like hungry wolves.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu intends to seek assurances from his coalition partners that they will be loyal and work better together in the coming year in order to prevent elections, sources close to him said on Monday. (Jerusalem Post)
The extreme Left Israeli media has always been unabashedly political. Their concept of "objective" is "in my opinion," and they make sure that only the opinions they agree with can be given an uninterrupted microphone.

Arab terrorist families and supporters are given more media time than Jewish victims, especially when the Jews are religious or live in Judea-Samaria.

I don't think that Bibi is doing such a great job as Prime Minister, but I also don't think that the Left will be any better. I have no doubt they would be worse, but in all honesty, I'd love to see the Likud in the opposition. That's the only way they will go Right. But the chances are that election results will put the Likud back in power with a much stronger Naftali Bennett's Jewish Home aka NRP.

I planned a more detailed post, but the Arab terror attack on the Jerusalem synagogue killing many has changed today's priorities. Baruch Dayan Ha'emet.

Yeshiva World News

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