Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, shown here meeting with members of the Arab-dominated Joint List party in Jerusalem on Sept. 22, has handed current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the task of forming a coalition government after elections this month left a divided parliament.
The incumbent prime minister needs a half-dozen seats for a parliamentary majority. Finding them will be a struggle and will require deep compromises....
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