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Tuesday, August 7, 2007

What does the Likud stand for?

I'm not a Feiglin fan, but I don't see how his opinions are any further from Likud ideology than Limor's or Bibi's.

What is the anti-Feiglin camp basing their case on? Could I have missed something important while away in New York?

Or is their major complaint the fact that he's gathering support?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or is their major complaint the fact that he's gathering support?

There, I suspect, you've hit the nail on the head.

-- MAOZ

Batya said...

Some hammer.

aprpeh said...

For me it's nothing personal. I have read quite a bit of the MY material and in general there is much to like. I just can't see Feiglin on an international stage at that level.

As far as what the Likud stands for? The better question is what separates Labor/Likud/Kadima?

Sheer Insanity

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Hashem Yirachem

Batya said...

Good points.
I keep saying that the Likud shouldn't allow back the politicians who left for Kadima.

Ben-Yehudah said...

B"H Regarding both this Likud post and your "Jordan is Palestine" post, I find it interesting that the Likud's platform talked about Eretz Yisrael being on both sides of the Jordan River. Does it still? I'm afraid that conflict with your (& Rav MK Benny Elon's and others) "Jordan is Palestine" idea. Although, it's still not a bad temporary idea. I wish the Likud would make up it's mind already.

Batya said...

I don't think the Likud has a strong stand in anything.
Bibi had visited Shiloh, when I was in the states. It doesn't seem like he said anything of any importance.