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  • May 4, 2012

    What if Kadima, Yesh Atid and Labour formed a joint list?

    What if Kadima, Yesh Atid and Labour formed a joint list? They would get over 40 seats and would be positioned to form the next government.

    Bibi’s response would be to have a joint list with Liberman. Hmmm.

    Haaretz covers the rumors in Netanyahu weighed running with Lieberman in upcoming Israeli elections

  • Posted by Ted Belman @ 7:32 am | 2 Comments »

    2 Comments to What if Kadima, Yesh Atid and Labour formed a joint list?

    1. ArnoldHarris says:

      “What if?” indeed.

      Ha-aretz editorial hashish dreams as usual.

      Just stay the course and try to elect the strongest Jewish nationalist/religious government achievable. And keep expanding Jewish families and Jewish settlements not just in Area C, but in Golan, the rest of Shomron and Yehuda, and the annexed areas of Jerusalem. Large numbers of Jews are much harder for a Judenrat to sell out than small Jewish outposts. They represent demographic power. In general, power is everything and leftist newspaper prattle is nothing.

      Arnold Harris
      Mount Horeb WI

    2. Isaac says:

      What??? 1+1+1 does not equal three. The Israeli populace is not idiotic unlike many in the West, especially the US. They know a ‘game’ when they see one. In fact, Kadima could even lose a substantial number of seats if they try this trick.

      I may saying the obvious but “Be afraid of Ha’Aretz, people, be really afraid”.

      BHO is conning Americans but Israelis are more astute and more politically conscious than many Western countries.

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