Israel election: Gantz fights to reverse recent dip in polls

Opposition leader focuses for third time on Netanyahu’s corruption but president still holds narrow lead.

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    Israel’s opposition leader Benny Gantz is fighting to reverse a recent dip in the opinion polls before the country’s election on Monday, its third in less than a year.

    Both Gantz and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have twice previously failed to cobble together a coalition.

    Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from West Jerusalem.


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