Calling Him Kahane Will Get Him More Votes! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hesh
    • 20.10.10 | 12:33 (IST)

    The big difference between Kahane and Lieberman is Lieberman acts out of a sense of nationalism, and Kahane from the Torah. That is why you don;t see the religious voting for him, but calling him Kahane may change that. The author should also probably look up the definition of "fascism" as being FM hardly establishes him as a dictator, and his views are not extremist but actually very center of the road on the Israeli spectrum, he does not fit the word in any sense. Regardless, all the attention the left wing media kees giving him is what he wants - he seaks for middle Israels, says it how he sees it, and his undiplomatic means expresses how many frsutrated Israelis feel - it is no wonder if elections were held today polls show his party growing by 6-10 seats.

    from the article: Lieberman is Kahane. And even the right senses it
    First published 10:54 20.10.10 | Last updated 10:54 20.10.10
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