Israel's dysfunctional Government cannot survive
Yet Sa’ar and Shaked—and supposedly 10 other members of New Hope and Yamina parties—are ready to sit with Horowitz in coalition as the ICC probe continues and Israel’s Government has to formulate its responses.
Prime Minister-elect Bennett repeatedly called Ra’am leader Mansour Abbas a before the elections—but now opines:
An amazing epiphany indeed for an Arab leader whose party’s 4 seats could bring down this Government at any time.
Can Bennett utter one word about these historic and modern-day legal claims without the leaders of Meretz and Ra'am threatening to pack their bags and bring down the government?
Israelis deserve a Government united in policy and possessing the firm resolve to combat their sworn enemies. This rancour-ridden Government—infected by deep political differences—is not the answer.