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Israeli rivals claim election win

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posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:36 AM

The leaders of Israel's two main parties have claimed victory in an early general election.

With almost all the votes counted, the governing centrist Kadima has 28 seats and the right-wing Likud opposition 27, election officials said.

Kadima's Tzipi Livni told supporters she was ready to lead the country. But Likud's Benjamin Netanyahu said the "nationalist camp" had won.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:43 AM
Now this should get ineresting!!!

I wonder who hates Iran more??

Tzipi Livni Or Benjamin Netanyahu

lets take a look shall we

Profile for Mr Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu - one of the most right-wing and controversial leaders in Israel's history - is currently the one most favoured by voters to become the next prime minister, according to polls.

He sounds like a nice chap!

Now for Miss Tzipi

Profile :

Tzipi Livni, the leader of Israel's ruling Kadima party, has come from relative political obscurity to within a step of the prime ministership in just 10 years.

The 50-year-old lawyer, mother-of-two and former agent for Mossad Israel's foreign intelligence agency has moved from a strongly Zionist nationalist background to become a leading Israeli advocate of a two-state solution with Palestinians.

Soo Who would You want runing the show??? Anyone care to place a bet

my money in on Tzipi wining but this is going to be a dog fight!!!


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