New York, NY (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Israel Today, Hand-Picked News and Analysis (v2.5), notes early signs of contentiousness in the political arena despite the close of the election.
Partisan sparks flew at the conclusion of Israel’s election on Tuesday, where the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was elected for the third term. Now that the elections are over, the question arises: what do Israeli’s really want.
In addition to numerous news outlets on post election coverage, Israel Today also tracks over two dozen on the ground sources who point out the obvious, and the not so obvious facts for non-Israelis. For instance, most may be unaware that the Israeli Elections are a National Holiday in Israel, celebrating the freedom and the ability of all potential voters (Israeli and Arabic citizens) to participate in the voting process. Additionally, Google’s doodle joins the democratic festivity of Israel Election day.
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