November 1, 2012

Kahlon Could Be Bibi's Nightmare Rival

David Horovitz, Times of Israel

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If you were Benjamin Netanyahu, who would you least like to confront as your main rival for the prime ministership three months from now?


Would it be a former prime minister stained by one corruption conviction, on trial in a second corruption case, and facing a possible state appeal against his acquittals in two more? Would it be a political prima donna so undervalued by her own party that it ditched her after she failed to beat you in the last elections? Would it be a former journalist with some credibility in the field of social-justice activism, but no experience in matters of security and defense? Would it be a former TV news anchor with no political experience whatsoever?


No, no, no and no. The electoral threats posed, respectively, by Ehud...

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