Women are everywhere in Israeli politics - except Likud
Yair Lapid, who sees the growing sisterhood to his left, realizes he should look for his own inner woman. It remains to be seen when Likud will do likewise.
"When Keti Shitrit went up onstage, I motioned her not to stand aside but to get right in the center so she'd be in the photo. But she motioned back that she didn't want to. She didn't even shake the prime minister's hand." We were talking to 28-year-old Tzuriel Sharon, who told us he was moved to tears by the fact that Shitrit had made it onto the Likud slate in the party primary this week.