Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs during the weekly cabinet meeting Sunday in the Jordan Valley, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Netanyahu convened his final pre-election cabinet meeting in a part of the West Bank that he’s vowed to annex if re-elected. National elections are Tuesday. (Amir Cohen/Pool via AP)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs during the weekly cabinet meeting Sunday in the Jordan Valley, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Netanyahu convened his final pre-election cabinet meeting in a part of the West Bank that he’s vowed to annex if re-elected. National elections are Tuesday. (Amir Cohen/Pool via AP)

On vote eve, Netanyahu vows total West Bank settlement annex

Appears to be aimed at shoring up nationalist support the day before a do-over election.

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