Israelis head to the polls this week for the second time this year, due to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's failure to achieve a critical parliamentary coalition after the April elections. Netanyahu has enjoyed historic popularity, but this vote comes as he faces corruption charges. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote reports on the election's potential to reshape Israel's political landscape.
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