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Peretz: bloc must be led by religious candidate
The Kan survey posited that, once again, Avigdor Liberman's Yisrael Beyteinu could determine the formation of the government.
Zehut threatens law suit for slander against URP MK
Zehut’s momentum challenges the establishment.
By MARK WEISS
Could such a major misjudgment, with such far-reaching ramifications, occur in Israel?
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The leader of the rising Zehut Party is attracting more than just young potheads to his libertarian platform
By LAHAV HARKOV
If the right-wing bloc would have the projected majority, Benjamin Netanyahu would be easily able to form a coalition and be prime minister again.
By TZVI JOFFRE
Party debates how to proceed with Yisrael Beytenu hovering around the electoral threshold and Zehut appealing to Russian-speaking voters.
Needless to say, it would be naive to think that the matter of ego is not at work amid this dizzying array of parties, which also explains why the Right is so splintered.
By MICHAEL FREUND
“Integrity in politics is a rare thing, and I see Feiglin as someone with integrity,” said Rabbi Haim Amsalem.
Every single Israeli will be able to vote in Zehut primaries, even if one is not a member of the party; even if one belongs to a different party.
By ALBERT LEVY
Moshe Feiglin, head of Zehut party, brings a controversial outlook to the Israeli election cycle.
"I am proud of Zehut for setting the standard for political transparency, integrity and true democracy."
By ALON EINHORN
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