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The Rightist bloc led by the Likud will defeat the Left, led by Kadima and Labor, by eight Knesset seats in the national election on February 10, according to a Jerusalem Post/Smith Research poll.
The survey, taken on Wednesday of 501 respondents representing a statistical sample of the electorate, found that Likud, Shas, Israel Beiteinu, the National Union-National Religious Party and United Torah Judaism would combine for 64 seats, while Labor, Kadima, Meretz and the Arab parties would together win only 56.
Originally posted by Venit
reply to post by NOTurTypical
I sure hope you're being sarcastic. If this guy gets in, then the chance that Israel would use it's arms against Iran would increase, and if that were to happen then the whole region could turn into a bloodbath.
The last thing the world needs is another guy who's finger is not only on the button, but who's itching to press it.
He never vowed to build third temple. Actually he is the one that gave to Palestinians control over ancient capital of Israel, Hebron.