WINLogo
about-title-banner

Explore the 1040 Window

Back to World Map
Israel, Middle East
Population: 8,049,000
Chief of State: President Reuven Rivlin
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Christians: 1.5%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Judaism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 81.38 Years
Literacy Rate: 97.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 21%
Refugees Living in Israel: 45,284

Pray for Israel - facebook page

Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz called to establish a broad, liberal unity government, but said that a prime minister embroiled in corruption cases doesn't necessarily have the citizens' best interests in mind. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded that the only way forward is a unity government headed by both candidates. Speaking at a party meeting as the new Knesset prepares to be sworn in, Gantz further criticized Netanyahu, saying that a unity government, "not an immunity government," is needed. "We'll take it from here," Gantz said. Gantz's remarks came just hours after Netanyahu and Yisrael Beiteinu's Avigdor Lieberman met for the first time since Israel's September election, but Netanyahu's Likud party said "there was no breakthrough" in stalled coalition talks.

Pray that the new Knesset will be formed as led by the Lord.
Pray that the Lord will place in office those whom He chooses to govern the nation (The Bible, Psalm 115:12).

Source: Israel Election Results: Gantz Tells Netanyahu 'We'll Take It From Here,' PM: 'We'll Go Together'

Back to World Map
Israel, Middle East
Population: 8,049,000
Chief of State: President Reuven Rivlin
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Christians: 1.5%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Judaism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 81.38 Years
Literacy Rate: 97.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 21%
Refugees Living in Israel: 45,284

Pray for Israel - facebook page

Kahol Lavan leader Benny Gantz called to establish a broad, liberal unity government, but said that a prime minister embroiled in corruption cases doesn't necessarily have the citizens' best interests in mind. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded that the only way forward is a unity government headed by both candidates. Speaking at a party meeting as the new Knesset prepares to be sworn in, Gantz further criticized Netanyahu, saying that a unity government, "not an immunity government," is needed. "We'll take it from here," Gantz said. Gantz's remarks came just hours after Netanyahu and Yisrael Beiteinu's Avigdor Lieberman met for the first time since Israel's September election, but Netanyahu's Likud party said "there was no breakthrough" in stalled coalition talks.

Pray that the new Knesset will be formed as led by the Lord.
Pray that the Lord will place in office those whom He chooses to govern the nation (The Bible, Psalm 115:12).

Source: Israel Election Results: Gantz Tells Netanyahu 'We'll Take It From Here,' PM: 'We'll Go Together'