BREAKING: Netanyahu Wins Outright Majority in Israeli National Elections to be Next Prime Minister

Exit polls indicate Benjamin Netanyahu has won the election today for Israeli Prime Minister.

Netanyahu won more than enough seats to return to power in the latest election.

Netanyahu will have more than the 61 seats required to form a government.

In a dangerous world full of insane and weak leaders, this is welcome news.

The AP reported:

Exit polls in Israel indicated Tuesday that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies may have won enough seats to return to power in a nationalist religious government after 3 1/2 years of political gridlock.

The polls are preliminary, however, and final results could change as votes are tallied. Israeli media reported that a small Arab nationalist party was approaching the electoral threshold, which would give it four seats and erase Netanyahu’s narrow projected margin.

It was the fifth election in less than four years in Israel, and all of them turned largely on Netanyahu’s fitness to govern. Polls by three major Israeli TV stations indicated that Netanyahu and his allies would capture the 61-seat majority in parliament required to form a new government.

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