June 14, 2021
Sondra Oster Baras
For most of the last two years, Israel has been embroiled in an ongoing election campaign, with four elections taking place in less than two years. Most of the time, we were governed by transition governments and for a short time by a permanent government that only lasted a few months. It has been chaotic, to say the least.
Yesterday a new government was sworn in and for the first time in 12 years, Binyamin Netanyahu is no longer the Prime Minister of Israel. There has been so much misinformation floating around, with each side accusing the other and muddying the waters. In this clip, I attempt to summarize what has happened and provide my own analysis as to the implications and chances for success. The situation continues to be complicated but I remain optimistic, imbued with faith that G-d is in charge.
I hope you will join me in praying for the success of this new government, and particularly for the success of Naftali Bennett, a right-wing politician leading a motley coalition. His success will be our success and he deserves our blessing. If he is outmaneuvered by the far left, then we will all be sorry.
Please forward this message to anyone who, like you, is curious about this new government, formed just last night. And if you want to help strengthen the settlement movement so that it can withstand any problematic government policy, click here. Your support will truly be a blessing to us.
Shalom from Samaria,
Sondra Oster Baras
Director, Israel Office
1 thought on “An Update from Israel June 14, 2021”
I do understand and agree with you but still believe that no replacement of any person.
If his leadership is from HaShem, will last and be successful dispite being crowded by different opinions.
The truth is, Israel will never have a strong leader like Binyamin Netanyahu who faced all worldly leaders without fear. He may have his weaknesses, as no one under heaven could be perfect. I have been his follower, listening nearly all his speeches and messages. He firmly standing up for his fellow Israelis together with the land of his ancestors without fear or shaken by the opposition. World leaders are happy and praise the changes. But the truth remains, they know that there will be no strong arguments leaving them feeling guilty as Bibi always quotes from Bible.
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