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    • Renny
    • 12.01.13 | 10:25 (IST)

    Although I agree with Mr. Oz's opinion of Bibi, I think Meretz should never have left Labour, all this splitting of parties is our undoing and leaves people undecided who to vote for. If we had two big parties and a few religious groups the government would look different and we wouldn't be in this "pickle" now. Such a large group of people don't know who to vote for and that is the problem here. But it seems the majority of citizens want us to talk with the Palestinians and that makes things a little better.

    from the article: Netanyahu government is Israel's most anti-Zionist ever, says Amoz Oz
    First published 10:07 11.01.13 | Last updated 10:07 11.01.13
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