Analysis of Netanyahu's target: Kadima or Iran?
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Analysis of Netanyahu's target: Kadima or Iran?

Būshehr : Iran | Jul 23, 2012 at 8:54 PM PDT
Source: Jerusalem Post
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not get 7 MKs required to leave Kadima to split the party, he also got his hands dirty in political horse trading. Photo: Marc Israel Sellem Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told Likud politicians in closed conversations Monday that he knows the effort to split Kadima failed miserably. FULL ARTICLE AT Jerusalem Post
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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu (left) said the deal with Kadima would give greater stability to the coalition
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