Israelis went to the polls this week, essentially re-electing incumbent Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to a fifth term. He now has 28 days to form a coalition government in order to take a majority in the 120-seat Knesset. Mr Netanyahu’s Likud Party took 35 seats, the same number as its closest rival, the centrist Blue & White Party of former IDF chief-of-staff Benny Gantz. With five right-wing parties between them filling a majority 65 seats, the odds are on Likud leading the...