Netanyahu’s New Partners Could Spell Trouble for U.S.-Israel Ties

Netanyahu’s New Partners Could Spell Trouble for U.S.-Israel Ties
Israeli far-right lawmaker and the head of Jewish Strength party, Itamar Ben-Gvir, waves to his supporters the day after the Israeli Parliamentary elections, in Jerusalem, Nov. 2, 2022 (AP photo by Oren Ziv).

The new Israeli government under Benjamin Netanyahu is anticipated to be different than its predecessors due to the likely inclusion of two ultra-nationalist and Jewish supremacist parties. That will present a challenge to the U.S., in terms of the new government’s more unsavory figures and the policies it is expected to implement.

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