i agree about the old likudniks you mention and i agree they are honourable - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • gal hirsch
    • 01.06.11 | 21:53 (IDT)

    and i agree many modern likudniks are less then honourable.i do not agree with you about netanyahu. but that is all a part of the competitive society we have.no one leads by example. the land belongs to our forefathers but some of the heirs are not worthy

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    First published 13:41 01.06.11 | Last updated 13:41 01.06.11
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