Hanukkah flames light the way for the upcoming election
Buoyed by the polls, Prime Minister Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Lieberman spend the week pouring hot Hanukkah oil over anyone who gets in their way, knowing that their biggest battles await after next month's election.
Thirty-nine days until the election. We've grown accustomed to campaigns in which the division of roles was clear: The government is the responsible adult, the opposition the bad boy. But in the 2013 campaigns, the roles have been reversed. This time it's the government that's running amok. Not a day passes without Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman picking up a flamethrower...
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