What the new darling of Israel's center-left really thinks about the West Bank
If Israel's center-left bloc is counting on Moshe Kahlon to bring down Netanyahu in the elections, they should first of all keep in mind his positions on Palestinian statehood and settlement construction.
It's been two weeks since Moshe Kahlon announced that he was leaving politics. Since then, the outgoing Likud communications minister has turned into a national treasure. Column upon nostalgia-filled column has been written about Kahlon, praising his popularist policies as the gladiator who took on the tycoons.
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