Benjamin Netanyahu has shown many times the lengths that he will keep in power.
On the day of the 2015 Israeli elections, the prime minister warned that the Arabs were heading to the "crowded" polls and would drop his government unless the right-wing voters showed up.
The incendiary comments were condemned worldwide, but they worked. The high turnout to the right pushed him to another mandate.
Now, before the April 9 elections, Netanyahu took his most drastic step: an electoral agreement with a group of Jewish extremists who have long been excluded by Israeli politicians for their history of violence and racism.
The Jewish power party is best known for advocating expulsion …