Israel’s election is not the first time that the country’s political system has been challenged by the rise of the ultra-Orthodox.
But in this case, the results will have profound implications for the country and the Jewish people, as the Israeli media is reporting.
For years, the ultra left has dominated Israeli politics, and the country is not shy about using the term ultra-orthodox in its propaganda.
In 2013, Israel was rocked by an assassination attempt on a former prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
His death, which occurred after the assassination attempt, was the deadliest terrorist attack on Israel since the 1979 Iran-Contra scandal.
Since then, the country has been rocked by numerous political challenges, from the assassination of the prime minister to the attempted assassination of his security chief, and now, there is an election that could affect both the future of the country as a whole and the lives of its people.
The upcoming election is called the Israel Elections, and it will be held on March 22.
The candidates are: Netanyahu, Yair Lapid, Shaul Mofaz, Isaac Herzog, and Avigdor Lieberman.
The election will be contested in the Israeli parliament, which has a majority of ultra-right parties.
A small group of ultra right parties are already running for seats in the government.
These include the Zionist Union, Israel Bar Association, and Jewish Home.
The current prime minister has yet to make a decision on whether he will run, but he has expressed an openness to the idea.
He is expected to announce his decision in the coming days.
Meanwhile, the Zionist Home party has announced its candidates for seats on the Israeli Parliament.
The party has also announced that they are running for president of Israel, and will seek a fifth term in office.
The right-wing party also announced plans to run for the presidency in 2020.
This is an attempt to boost the party’s influence in Israel.
A large number of people have been killed in terrorist attacks in Israel, which is why the country had been hoping that Netanyahu would not run.
However, the president has said that he will seek reelection.
This could prove to be a significant blow to the Zionist Party, as it has a significant number of members in the Parliament.
The Israeli public is generally divided on the election, but many feel that the elections will be fair and will allow the country to move forward in a positive direction.
Some people have also said that the government’s handling of the recent terrorist attacks, as well as the failure of the Labor Party to form a government, will be the reasons why voters will turn out for the elections.