A blessed match
From now on, all citizens should know that when they put the slip bearing the letters of the unified party 'Likud-Beitenu" in the ballot box, they are voting for a platform that seeks to hold onto the territories, to perpetuate discrimination, to reject any chance for reconciliation with the Palestinians, and to face off against the world.
"Yes, break it," Ze'ev Jabotinsky wrote in a well-known article he published in the Yiddish-language newspaper Hayent on November 4, 1932. The spiritual father of the Herut movement, the main component of today's Likud, was preaching in his column to break the monopoly of the Histadrut labor federation. The left accused the right-wing Jabotinsky at the time of wanting to crush organized labor. And...
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