A third election begins to look like a possibility.
Whatever happened to “It’s legal, but it stinks”?
A misspelled signature and an uncharacteristic rebuke.
The charges are flimsy, but Netanyahu can’t fight them and govern the country.
Even as he has created one for himself.
The need for a functioning government is more important than any leader or party.
Lessons for the Israeli right.
And if Netanyahu is out, hostile powers may try to test a new prime minister’s mettle.
For the sins of attacking the electoral system, of not defending Israeli society, . . .
Netanyahu’s final service to Israel?
Netanyahu’s success may prove to be his own undoing.
The explanation for his political longevity is straightforward.
Even if their politicians don’t.