Netanyahu and Gantz neck and neck in election

The party of former army chief Benny Gantz is just ahead in the polls, but the path to a governing coalition goes through several small parties.

    Israelis are voting on Tuesday to decide whether to give Benjamin Netanyahu another term as prime minister.

    The party of his main challenger - former army chief Benny Gantz - is just ahead in the polls, but the path to a governing coalition goes through several small parties.

    Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from West Jerusalem.


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