On Root / Haves and have-nots on the Hebraic campaign trail
In the days before the election, Israel’s political parties are trying to get the last televised word in.
While television campaign ads aren’t as old as the paper ballots – printed with a Hebrew letter, or two or three – that came into being with the state, they may be outmoded sooner, thanks to the Internet and social media. But the tashdirei bechirot, “televised campaign ads” being aired the three major Israeli television channels every weeknight in the run-up to the January 22 elections, still manage to...
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