Hear our voice: The politicians speak

Israel's leading politicians make their final appeals in exclusive commentary for the 'Jerusalem Post'.

January 22, 2013 15:25
Tzipi Livni at the Western Wall.

Tzipi Livni at the Western Wall 370. (photo credit: Courtesy SODAVIDEO/The Tzipi Livni Party)


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