Bibi's big gamble has paid off handsomely. Israel's incumbent Prime minister has confounded the pollsters with a resounding election win after a campaign where he pulled out all the stops: taking on the Obama administration with his anti-Iran speech before Congress, plus a last-minute pledge to never recognise a Palestinian state. We look at just how far to the right the next coalition government will be under a man who's on track to become Israel's longest serving leader.
Produced and prepared by Cécile Khindria and Haxie Meyers-Belkin
Op-ed columnist for the Jerusalem Post, Likud Central Committee Member
President of the Forum for Peace and Reconciliation in Near East
Program director, Foundation for Middle East Peace
Columnist, Boston Globe