A frenzied Benjamin Netanyahu sounded the alarm about high voter turnout among Arab-Israelis and the left, calling an emergency party meeting and urging his right-wing supporters to cast their ballots, as he fought to cling on to power in an unprecedented second election.  Falling back on a tried-and-tested election tack, the embattled prime minister warned his support base
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We watched what happened to South Africa, will it happen to Israel?

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