Tzipi Livni to Haaretz: Next Israeli Election Will Be Referendum on the Declaration of Independence

The Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly in Israel should be broken, Diaspora Jews should speak out about the Western Wall deal and Jewish activists should not be turned away from the country’s borders, says Israel's new opposition leader

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Tzipi Livni.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
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Tzipi Livni with Ehud Olmert in 2009Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Tzipi Livni with Avi Gabay, July 23, 2018.Credit: Meged Gozani
Tzipi Livni with Jibril Rajoub in Tel Aviv, 2004.Credit: Nir Keidar



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