With a full 100% of the votes counted, the right-religious bloc has won 64 seats in the next Knesset.

Americans For A Safe Israel congratulates Benjamin Netanyahu on what is his victorious win and stunning comeback as Prime Minister of Israel. Netanyahu won not only the 61-seat Knesset majority required to form a government, but this Likud leader’s bloc surpassed 61 and locked in a whopping 64 seats.

The citizens of Israel went to the voting booth in unprecedented numbers. This spoke volumes and the voters were heard in what is now known as the largest voter turnout in the Jewish Nation State since 1999. After five general elections held in under four years, Israel’s election gridlock is finally – thankfully – OVER!

We look forward to Netanyahu being able to form a pro Zionist and stable government that reverses the damage of his predecessors, especially the many concessions to the Palestinian Authority while overlooking longstanding unmet needs of its Jewish citizens.

Under Netanyahu’s leadership we wish to see:
The Zionist dream continue to grow and flourish with the values envisioned by its founders – values that lead Israel toward progress.
The Temple Mount become the holy site it was intended to be where Jews who wish to ascend it are not demonized and attacked. All religions must be welcomed to do their praying on the Mount.
A full reform of Israel’s justice system.
Netanyahu stand firm and not bow to any United States or world pressure on matters that concern Israel’s self-governance, construction and development of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, including the country’s security and self-defense.
The application of Sovereignty over Judea and Samaria become a reality with its territorial integrity restored.
Jewish citizens of Judea and Samaria become a high priority and that life there will be made safe and secure for everyone.

Only through pro Zionist values can Israel truly achieve progress toward ensuring its safety, security and a strong future. Only through pro Zionist action can Sovereignty over Judea and Samaria become a reality.

The finally tally is:
Likud = 32 seats
Yesh Atid = 24
Religious Zionism = 14
National Unity = 12
Shas = 11
United Torah Judaism = 8
Ra’am and Hadash-Ta’al = 5
Labor = 4
Meretz, Balad and the Jewish Home did not pass the electoral threshold.

With 95.5% of votes counted, right-wing majority holds strong, by Israel National News, November 3, 2022

With 99% of votes counted, far-left party knocked out of Knesset for the first time, by Israel News Staff, November 3, 2022

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