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The Paradox of Israeli Politics: Sternfeld

Lior Sternfeld writes in a guest editorial for Informed Comment Israel’s center-right Kadima Party has just elected an Iranian-Israeli, Shaul Mofaz, as its leader, in an attempt to position itself to defeat the hard right Likud Party’s Binyamin Netanyahu in the next elections. Mofaz is promising to take up the plight of Israel’s middle class, [...]
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