You said: "I'd better see a coalition between Lieberman's fanatics and religious fanatics to push the democratic force into the opposition than the opposite. Lieberman looks opposite to religious but he is much closer to them than to the democratic forces." I am asking, "Is such an affinity between the ultra-secular Liebermans and the ultra-orthodox Haredim even plausible in terms of 'common anti-democratic interests' "? I really doubt it.
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