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Israeli youth veers to the right

The Israeli elections turned out pretty much as predicted: a victory for the extreme right. Even though Tzipi Livni holds on by a one-vote margin, her centrist Kadima Party is unlikely to be able to create a stable governing coalition. (It is also possible that when the absentee ballots are counted, Livni could lose her slim margin to the right-wing Bibi Netanyahu).

The victor, however, is not her nemesis Netanyahu, but rather Avigdor Lieberman, the extreme…

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