Kadima is receiving less seats - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • sandra chitayat
    • 02.03.06 | 02:43 (IST)

    Baruch ha Shem is all I can say about their arrogance. Galloping forward to what? Hamas in Gaza, Hamas in the West Bank. It should be more TESHOUVA and less KADIMA! I hope Labor and Likud and the other parties make the playing field more even before they decide to give up more land, while they are living comfortably in their Jerusalem apartment. From one who, like Gush Katif, has taken a REAL DOWNTURN in fortunes in the name of "ROADMAP!" AND "PEACE PROCESS" BROKERED BY QUARTET... And two world wars, one in Afghanistan, and the never-ending war in Iraq. So this is peace... HMMM.

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