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The American President poured on the charm in an effort to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to get back on the path to peace.
President Barack Obama heads to Israel, Palestine and Jordan for the first foreign trip of his second term
The hum-drum campaign has suddenly produced election results that may leave Israeli politics unsettled for a while.
Wow. Exit polls indicate that the Knesset will be nearly equally divided between left and right. There’s even a slim chance that Benjamin Netanyahu could lose.
Two weeks ago nearly half of Israeli voters said they were either undecided or open to changing their minds. Today Benjamin Netanyahu will almost certainly be returned to the prime minister’s office.