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    The Israeli Elections: A Gray Conflict

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    Post by Rocky Wed 18 Sep 2019, 2:47 am


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    Yesterday, nearly 6.4 million Israeli voters were called to vote for the 22nd Knesset elections for the second time this year, after last April's round of unresolved results that prevented Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu from succeeding in forming a new cabinet. . At the time of writing, the most significant indicator available is that voter turnout was higher than in previous elections, confirming that the Israeli voter attaches greater importance to this session.
    There are several reasons for the increase in turnout, perhaps led by polls confirming a close rapprochement between the two most prominent rival lists: the right-wing Likud coalition led by Netanyahu and the center-white coalition led by former Chief of Staff Benny Gantz and includes Moshe Ya'alon and Yair Lapid. If either coalition fails to secure a clear majority within the Knesset that allows for the formation of a new government, the Israeli voter may find himself invited to a third election this year or at the beginning of 2020 at the latest, nor does it appear to be inconclusive or fundamentally different. .
    The dispersal that afflicts the Israeli street is caused primarily by deep divisions that plague society and its various components, primarily between a right-wing and religious current that draws the occupying power to extreme traditions of daily life, the position of the Jewish religion and its bodies in government institutions, the characterization of the Jewish identity of the entity, and the demand for more settlement and annexation. The Occupied Territories and the current movement seek to preserve as much as possible the independence of the state and maintain a minimum of "secularism" and maintain the achievements of the Zionists "pioneers" and provide a better picture of Israeli "democracy" in the eyes of the world.
    Not only does Netanyahu seek a new term as prime minister, but he struggles to avoid prosecution, face corruption, bribery, and dishonesty, Gantz also aspires to inherit the longest-serving leader of the occupation government and follow in the footsteps of 19 generals and chiefs of staff. The former who stepped up the various political responsibilities after their retirement. It is a coincidence of history that a Dutch court considered yesterday a lawsuit filed against Gantz by a Palestinian citizen of the Netherlands accusing the former Israeli Chief of Staff of killing six members of his family during the bombing of Gaza in 2014, and that Gantz wrote to the court boasts of belonging to «the most moral army In the world".
    On the other hand, there is one constant agreed upon by all the lists of the Israeli parties participating in the elections, except for the Arab-majority list, which is to deny the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, to violate international law and to renounce most of the provisions of the Oslo Accords. In this regard, there are four principles shared by these parties, starting with the rejection of the 1967 borders, passing through the rejection of the right of return, and ending with regarding Jerusalem as the unified capital of the occupying power and annexing large areas of the occupied Palestinian territories, not only the settlement blocs. Thus, peace is not the concern of these parties, because it is not primarily the concern of the Israeli voter.
    It is a struggle from within the gray color in fact, and not between any other colors that can distinguish this Zionist from that.



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