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Netanyahu’s relations with Likud members: The ultimate test

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has nurtured his relationship with Likud members for more than three decades. Now he's not sure that they will continue to follow him.
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When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s convoy pulled up to Airport City, near Ben Gurion Airport, on the afternoon of Dec. 16, several Likud ministers were waiting for him in one of the large spaces there. With them was the staff of his primary campaign against challenger Gideon Saar. Another hectic meeting ahead of the Likud primaries scheduled for Dec. 26.

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