JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made something of an art form of cutting deals with small Israeli political parties, but his latest alliance has earned him denunciations from quarters where he has usually been able to count on unshakable support. Netanyahu, his future imperiled by prosecutors and political challengers alike, has enraged Jewish leaders in Israel and the United States by striking a bargain with a racist anti-Arab party whose ideology was likened by one influential rabbi to Nazism. Even pro-Israel groups in the United States that prefer to air their disagreements quietly have issued public condemnations. The embattled Mr. Netanyahu, grasping for every potential vote, has turned to the extremist party Otzma Yehudit, or Jewish Power, whose leaders have a long history of expressing support for violence against Palestinians, expulsion of Arabs from Israel and the occupied territories, and a ban on intermarriage or sex between Jews and Arabs. The prime minister arranged for the organization to merge into a somewhat more mainstream party of religious Zionists, the Jewish Home.
Wild sex parties are being held at top hotels leaving suites covered faeces, and bosses are blaming multi-millionaire Saudi Arabians. Workers from hotels in London, Bahrain and Paris have spoken out against the alleged parties that they have to clean up. The orgies usually take place in penthouses and presidential suites involving both male and female. The groups always pay for the damage but hoteliers are turning customers away if they believe they intend on hosting such parties. An employee who works in Bahrain for a Middle East-based hotel group told metro. And they always pay, that is not the problem but the inconvenience is huge.
The discovery of the hidden cameras sparked uproar and multiple complaints on the day of the election, and even calls for the party to be disqualified. The police confiscated dozens of the devices, while the Central Elections Committee said no one could be filmed entering a polling station or voting. Arab voter turnout was at an all-time low in the Tuesday election, according to Israeli media which said just Others were upset by legislation pushed through by his government last year that declared Israel to be the nation state of the Jewish population.
She interrupts her reverie to make coffee dutifully for her husband to drink after his nap. Taking it to their bedroom to pour it in front of him as he prefers, she notices he is dead. She instructs their son to go and get a doctor. In a crisp three-and-a-half pages, Rifaat lays out a trifecta of sex, death, and religion, a bulldozer that crushes denial and defensiveness to get at the pulsating heart of misogyny in the Middle East.