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    • 31.10.12 | 17:10 (IST)

    As politicians are always and all ways BUSY with their political survival they who get out of Likud@Right@Angle in time, go with enough votes like Ehud Barak: each of them take at least 4 Knesset seats with them: together they go with: at least 8 as the two got out of Likud both on AN OWN ANGLE to kick: Likud out of Power because of Likud losing 2 the 2: Ænd also because Likud will lose also2all other parties like Kadima, Habeyit Hayehudi, as well as Shas, and even Labor will profit also and Ehud Barak ALSO will profit, as Jewish Orthodox Parties to profit also: @END BiBi takes LIkud and Israel Beiteynu INT2 Opposition together. LIKUD: LOSING THAT MUCH will grant the Shaul Mofaz Coalition BIG MAJORIT@Y in Israel: Losing 15 seats, the Likud is surely out of GOV .

    from the article: What the new darling of Israel's center-left really thinks about the West Bank
    First published 12:51 31.10.12 | Last updated 12:51 31.10.12
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