Opposition leader Yair Lapid is scheduled to meet with officials at the White House and U.S. State Department ,as well as with members of Congress.
“It wouldn’t do any harm if artificial intelligence could replace your entire government,” Lapid said.
The anti-Netanyahu-government protest movement is taking the metaphor of a guy bemoaning his orphanhood after killing his parents to a whole new level.
The Israeli president’s attempt to broker a compromise by appeasing the “resistance” is a waste of time. The protest movement aims for a complete halt to the legislative process and ultimate fall of the Jewish state’s democratically elected government.
The last vestige of the left’s undemocratic power is threatened, a prospect it views with a mixture of horror and disbelief.
Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid invokes U.S. pressure as a reason to delay the legislative process.
The left isn’t worried about democracy. It doesn’t like democracy. It likes its oligarchy.
It’s hard to believe that the anti-government propagandists could sink any lower, but they managed this week to outdo themselves.
The reductive portrait of Israelis’ connection to the Jewish state painted by the country’s opposition leader is beyond the pale. It also illustrates that members of the right were justified all along to question the depth of the Yesh Atid Party chairman’s Zionism.
The left’s hysterical talk about civil war is caused by the fear that their decades-old power grab is being undone.