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Israel's Kadima party ends 70-day partnership with Likud
The Israeli Kadima political party has left the Netanyhu Likud party government over a dispute regarding the military conscription of ultra-Orthodox Jews and Israeli Arabs.
Op-Ed: Early Israeli elections will not prevent strike on Iran
While Israeli votes could dissolve the current session of the Knesset and call for nationwide elections a year ahead of schedule, these developments will not prevent an Israeli strike on Iran.
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Israel's Minister Ehud Barak, left, sits across from the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem Sunday, April 29, 2012. (AP Photo/Ronen Zvulun, Pool)
Israel's Minister Ehud Barak, left, sits across from the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during th
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