Kadima Wins in Yeruham City Elections
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Kadima Wins in Yeruham City Elections

Gaza : Palestine | Nov 23, 2010 at 9:38 PM PST
Source: Israel National News
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Nov/24/10 Follow Israel news briefs on and The southern Israeli town of Yeruham held city council elections yesterday and the winner is Michael Bitton of the Kadima Party with 44% percent of the total votes. Likud representative Moti Abisror won 30% of the vote and Ilan Elmakies of Yisrael Beiteinu... FULL ARTICLE AT Israel National News
 
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