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More Trouble from the Feiglinists

Israel's most industrious theocrat, Moshe Feiglin, continues his quest for influence and power in the Likud Party and, according to Haaretz, he's succeeding. Why not place a ballot box at Ben-Gurion Airport by the duty-free shops? Or by the entrance … Read More

By / August 14, 2007

Israel's most industrious theocrat, Moshe Feiglin, continues his quest for influence and power in the Likud Party and, according to Haaretz, he's succeeding.

Why not place a ballot box at Ben-Gurion Airport by the duty-free shops? Or by the entrance to a vacation club in Turkey? Not that it matters – Moshe Feiglin has already won.

There's no doubt that Bibi will retain the leadership of the party, but Feiglin and his followers would seem to be equally assured of getting what they want.

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