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Determining Who's in Charge - Lapid or Bennett

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 1, 2021 at 11:36

Israel's collation government is still trying to get a gauge on where things are going, the only thing remaining a lightning rod that most agree is the center stage issue of the increasing threat of the Iranian Islamic Regime's reinforcement of hardliner hatred of Israel.

For the moment, there appears to be a conciliatory attitude in the American 46th Administration's relations with Israel, with a statement that the Golan status quo is not changing for the moment, the Surfside Florida tragedy bringing about humanitarian exchanges of consolation, and with outgoing Rivlin making a farewell tour in American with the Chief Executive's congratulatory wishes in tow, only the Iranian Islamic Regime's demand that the United States re-enter the nuclear giveaway with unwavering focus to accede to Teheran's incomprehensible and reprehensible desires of ambitions of empire potentially causing tremors in any agreements that might be made in detriment to Israel's issues.

What does this bode for Lapid, or Bennett, as each of them have a slightly differing perspective as to how to keep Israel from slipping into a greater conflict of interests in, for example, settlements issues; Hamas is waiting for the green from the Iranian Islamic Regime's new militant head of proxy imperatives in the 'Palestinian' front, Hizbollah waiting for doubling the front and causing further incitements.

The Coalition government does not have a solid 'conservative' approach from a 'Zionist's Orthodox' perspective nor a moderated middle of the road approach; even Ra'am is an inconclusive misdirected distraction as to how to search for peace when there is no centralized plan of approach. It is now apparent that they are going to learn a very hard lesson that the nation will pay for: for as much as so many thought Netanyahu was not 'keeping the faith' in governance, at least he had a plan; and that's what they appear to be missing.

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