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The course of Yigal Zahor's life took him in an opposite direction from that followed by many other Israelis: from right to left. He was born into a right-wing, religious household in Netanya and settled in the secular Kibbutz Revivim, near Be'er Sheva. Zahor, 67, writes books and articles, and on Labor Party leader Shelly Yacimovich's website, he is cited as one of her supporters. He has just come out with a...