Prof. Predicts Low Turnout for Kadima, Labor

Prof. Predicts Low Turnout for Kadima, Labor

Jerusalem : Israel | Oct 10, 2012 at 12:06 PM PDT
Source: Israel National News
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15 Reported News Brief   10/10/2012, Tishrei 24, 5773 Prof. Predicts Low Turnout for Kadima, Labor Chairman of Professors for a Strong Israel, Dr. Gabi Avital is convinced that the religious public, residents of Judea and Samaria and those opposed to territorial compromise will not loose representation... FULL ARTICLE AT Israel National News
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