Israel’s PM Elections To Be Held Early

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced that elections for the 19th Knesset will be moved to early 2013 due to economic and security situations in Israel.

Some say this change could be good for Netanyahu, and Netanyahu suggests it’s good for Israel.

According to YNet:

“A shorter election campaign season is preferable over a longer season that could seriously hurt the State of Israel,” he [Netanyahu] said. “After four years, we are moving towards elections.”


Author: Stand For Israel | October 9, 2012
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  • Andrew
    January 21, 2013
    1:04 am

    I support re-electing PM Netanyahu in the next Jan. 22 election because he is a strong leader and great ally to America and to me and all my people !!!! He is an excellent PM and militarily too.

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  • Cathy
    November 18, 2012
    4:48 pm

    Mr. Netanayahu… Do whatever you must to keep Israel safe!!! I [ Canada ] is behind you 100%, and so are the rest of the intelligent, peacefull people of the world. Do what you must Sir,, Jehovah God is with you!!!

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