Israelis vote on Tuesday for the second time in less than six months in an election that could see Netanyahu win a record fifth term [Arwa Ibrahim/Al Jazeera]

Jerusalem – On the eve of Israel‘s general election, public opinion on the streets of occupied West Jerusalem appears to be divided over the future of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Tuesday’s repeat polls pit Netanyahu, the leader of the right-wing Likud party and Israel’s longest-serving prime minister, against his toughest opponent in years: Former military chief Benjamin “Benny” Gantz of the centrist Blue and White party.

The election comes just two weeks before Netanyahu, who failed to form a majority coalition government after a vote in April, faces a pre-trial hearing in connection with three separate corruption cases: Bribery,

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