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Why two Israeli Supreme Court rulings could hurt Netanyahu's governing coalition

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fragile governing coalition was dealt another setback Wednesday after back-to-back rulings by the Supreme Court stunned the country’s Orthodox Jewish establishment. In one far-reaching decision, the court overturned the law granting ultra-Orthodox Jewish...
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