“The whole system is frozen.”
“We’re no closer to a government. It’s just stuck.”
It’s unclear whether it will work.
Now Israel enters a period of uncertainty.
The Israeli prime minister's campaign was telling Facebook users that Arab politicians "want to annihilate us all.”
“Making such a radical change in U.S. policy basically days before Israeli national elections, which are a referendum on Benjamin Netanyahu, very much smells like an attempt to influence the elections.”
The crowd included die-hard “Likudniks” as well as thousands of supporters of far right nationalist-religious and settler parties.
Hawkish Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon on Sunday accused “English-speakers” of plotting against the government in the run-up to the country's parliamentary election.
Protesters gathered in central Tel Aviv on Saturday to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just ten days before parliamentary elections.