A primer on the coalition that toppled Netanyahu.
Israel’s new governing coalition may not hold, and Bibi could reemerge amid the chaos.
Once again, the Babylon Bee hits the nail on the head. This time about reaction to Israel’s new prime minister.
The new prime minister is Naftali Bennett, a right-wing supporter of West Bank settlements whose party holds just seven seats in the Israeli parliament.
The president also voiced his desire for stability and calm to be returned to Jerusalem amid the ongoing unrest between Arab and Jewish citizens.
The call comes after Biden received criticism from a number of Republicans over his lackluster response to the escalating tensions.
Imagine Warren’s reaction if a foreign political leader openly offered the GOP advice on how to win back the presidency.
Four elections later, Israel still can’t quite make up its mind about its longtime prime minister.
Results show Netanyahu in the minority, but things are far from settled.