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              Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu casts his ballot together with his wife Sara, left and sons Yair and Avner, background left,  at a polling station in Jerusalem, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Israelis headed to polling stations Tuesday to cast votes in a parliamentary election expected to return  Netanyahu to office despite years of stalled peacemaking with the Palestinians and mounting economic troubles. (AP Photo/Uriel Sinai, Pool)
              Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu casts his ballot together with his wife Sara, left and sons Yair and Avner, background left, at a polling station in Jerusalem, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. Israelis headed to polling stations Tuesday to cast votes in a parliamentary election expected to return Netanyahu to office despite years of stalled peacemaking with the Palestinians and mounting economic troubles. (AP Photo/Uriel Sinai, Pool)   

Why Israel’s Netanyahu can win without a party platform

In a country where people often joke that you can put two Jews in a room and end up with three opinions, the Israeli election has seen surprisingly little debate on key issues.

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