Israel's 'change' govt brought down by Palestinian conflict

Israel’s unlikely coalition government, the first ever backed by an Arab party, was forged a year ago to oust right-wing premier Benjamin Netanyahu, but ultimately collapsed over the Palestinian conflict.

As a result, Israel looks headed for new elections — the fifth in less than four years — and the threat of widening fissures between the groups that made up the eight-party “change” alliance.


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