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    • zionist forever
    • 13.01.14 | 18:03 (IST)

    Mr Lapid iis a nobody who is interested only in himself Ariel Sharon ( a real palestnian ) cared about his country first which is why he fought in the Hagana for, after independence he made the IDF a career then it was straight out of the army and into politics where he held various ministries as he worked his way through the ranks to the top job. Mr Lapid in the IDF he was a radio presenter, after he finished his reserve service he became a journalist and a tv host. Now he decided he wants to be in politics but he didn't join an established party with an ideology he set up his own party whose only real ideology was he was going to get the haredi in the army. He will stay in politics until he decides he wants another career move or his party looses substantial popuartiy and his ego tells him get out now rather than suffer the embaressment if leading a little party unable to demand the top government ministries. Sharon loved his country whilst Lapid loves himself.

    from the article: Ariel Sharon's unlikely successor: Yair Lapid
    First published 17:25 12.01.14 | Last updated 17:25 12.01.14
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