Likud


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Likud

(lɪˈkuːd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political coalition in Israel formed in the 1970s from an alliance of right-of-centre parties
[Hebrew: consolidation]

Likud

An Israeli right-wing political alliance winning elections in 1977, 1988.
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Left and right, Labor and Likud, everyone took this as solid ground: Jerusalem, a three thou sand year old agony, a slaughterhouse of multitudes, where Crusaders had waded up to their horses' fetlocks in Muslim and Jewish blood; Old Jerusalem, so painfully lost in 1948, when for the first time since the Crusader Kingdom fell in 1187 the Jews were driven from its gates; Old Jerusalem, so painfully won in 1967, its flag stones once more slick with blood.
The legislation passed with unanimous support from both the Labor and Likud parties.
JERUSALEM u The ruling Likud PartyEs central committee has unanimously endorsed a resolution calling for the annexation of West Bank settlements, sending a tough message to the Palestinians in the wake of President Donald TrumpEs recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
MK Oren Hazan of the Likud party is in hot water once again.
Likud not only reversed expectations of upset, but earned the Israeli equivalent of a landslide.
The data indicate a nearly definitive large advantage for Likud, the centre-right party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won the backing of his hard-line Likud party in its primary and will lead it into general elections this March, Israeli media reported Thursday.
Members of Israel's ruling rightwing Likud began voting Wednesday for their party leader with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking another term at the helm ahead of snap elections in March.
Hard-liners in Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud were elected into key positions in the party's governing institutions early July 1, in a move that could create difficulties on making concessions to the Palestinians.
Likud-Beitenu includes the Likud and Israel-Beitenu of departing foreign minister Avidgor Lieberman under its umbrella.
But by managing to find room to attack Netanyahu and his Likud party from the right, Bennett has almost single-handedly dominated the narrative of the 2013 election campaign, while the center and left wings have remained fragmented.
Israel: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed victory in Tuesday s primary of his rightwing Likud party over his sole rival, the hardline settler Moshe Feiglin.