Despite being on trial for corruption charges, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is hoping to make a comeback as Israelis vote in their five election in less than four years. The conservative leader was ousted just 16 months ago by a diverse coalition that united against him but ultimately fell apart. We discuss Netanyahu's ongoing domination of Israeli politics, alienation of Arab Israeli voters and the country's broader political deadlock with Gideon Rahat, a professor of political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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