Israel Elections

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  1. Enoch

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    Yep, me too! :thumbs:
     
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    The polls are showing Kadima with a slight lead. But Likud may very well be the winner. Here is a simple breakdown of Kadima. When Ariel Sharon broke away from the Likud to form the Kadima party and gave away land in the Gaza (huge mistake I strongly opposed) he unfortunately had a stroke (he is still alive by the way in a coma). Ehud Olmert became acting PM but then had to step down because of corruption. Tzipi Livni became acting PM. She was unable to form a coalition and thus the election of the 18th Knesset 2009. Although she is ahead in the exit polls she will more than likely be unable AGAIN to form a coalition. Likud would be able to form a coalition.



    So Lord willing Bibi will be back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :praying:


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    Watching and waiting with interest on this one. . .
     
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    It’s Final: Peres Entrusts Netanyahu with Forming a Government



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    :thumbs::thumbs: BIBI'S BACK!!!!!!!!
     

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