Netanyahu: Gulf states consider Israel an ally

Netanyahu: Gulf states consider Israel an ally

Netanyahu: Gulf states consider Israel an ally

The coalition is at loggerheads over legislation that would exempt young ultra-Orthodox men from military service, a dispute that has threatened to pull the government apart.

"If all parties in this coalition ... agree that's what we do, and if not then we will go to elections now", he said.

The ultra-Orthodox parties, which possess 13 of the government's 66 seats in the 120-seat parliament, threaten to leave the coalition if a law granting ultra-Orthodox men exemption from conscription fails to pass.

The political woes come as Netanyahu is battling corruption allegations.

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His religious partners say they will not vote for the 2019 budget without draft exemptions, while a key secular partner has vowed to bolt the coalition if the budget isn't passed soon.

Addressing opposition MKs, he told them that they "want the government to remain because [they're] afraid of elections".

In one case, Netanyahu is suspected of accepting lavish gifts from a pair of billionaire supporters.

It comes as Netanyahu's former aide, Nir Hefetz, earlier this week agreed to become a state witness in one of the investigations. In the other, he is suspected of promoting regulation that would benefit an Israeli daily newspaper in exchange for more favorable coverage.

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Mr Netanyahu has vehemently denied wrongdoing in all of the cases, saying he is the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt by an overaggressive police force and a hostile media aimed at toppling him. Netanyahu "didn't know a word of English" and described his experience as "bizarre and hard for me".

"If you bring down a right-wing government and lead us to unnecessary elections for personal aims, you will lose us", Bennett added on Twitter, apparently hinting at withdrawing future support for Netanyahu if the prime minister is indicted.

Netanyahu met with U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley before viewing the exhibition and praised her strong support for Israel at the United Nations, saying: "We call her hurricane Haley".

Abbas Araqchi, Iran's foreign deputy minister, said in a speech in February to London-based think tank Chatham House, "If the same policy of confusion and uncertainties about the [deal] continues, if companies and banks are not working with Iran, we can not remain in a deal that has no benefit for us". "They should tell their people the truth, even if it is uncomfortable".

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