It's really up to the Israeli electorate this time, and unless there's some kind of breakthrough with U.S. talks with Iran... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 26.10.12 | 04:55 (IST)

    the right-wing parties will gain momentum and receive support. It's really unfortunate that the political spectrum in Israel is so divided - and you know who was the catalyst to this fragmentation of Knesset members. Yup, it all began with PM Ariel Sharon who left Likud because of members like Bibi Netanyahu and formulated a centrist party, Kadima, to move forward on the Israeli-Palestinian front. Well, it's not too late for a centrist-left alliance.

    from the article: With Lieberman at his side, Netanyahu's war cabinet is on a one-way track to Iran
    First published 01:30 26.10.12 | Last updated 01:30 26.10.12
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