Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Nov. 3. (Baz Ratner-Pool/Getty Images)
The governing coalition Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cobbled together less than a year ago is in the throes of its first major crisis. It couldn’t come at a worse time for Israel, now under pressure from the United States to negotiate with the Palestinian Authority and rapidly running out of time to stop Iran from making nuclear weapons. If one party leaves the coalition, the government will fall, putting the security of all Israelis in peril.
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