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Palestinians hack Israeli Kadima party website

Head of Israel’s Kadima party Tzipi Livni (file photo) PRESSTV Sat Nov 17, 2012 9:9AM GMT The website of Israel’s largest political party, Kadima, has been hacked by Palestinians as the Zionist regime continues its attacks against the blockaded Gaza Strip. Kadima party, headed by opposition leader Tzipi Livni, said it shut down its website […]

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The Puzzling Matter of the Israeli Liberals ~ by Ramzy Baroud

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Media speak of right, left, center .. (Creative Commons) By Ramzy Baroud | Palestine Chronicle | Jan 24, 2012 Regardless of who may rule Israel, little change ever occurs in the country’s foreign policy. Winning parties remain obsessed with demographics and retaining absolute military dominance. […]

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Kadima Opposition Party Demands Massive Military Attack On Gaza

Related: Gaza Under Attack – in pictures Monday August 22, 2011 10:09 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Officials of the Israeli Kadima opposition party, headed by Tzipi Livni, are currently demanding the Israeli government of Benjamin Netanyahu to launch a large-scale military offensive against the Gaza Strip, including a ground invasion. Kadima Party […]

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Some Kadima MKs Withdraw Support for Bill Eliminating Arabic and English as Official Languages

PNN – Palestine News Network – 05.08.11 – 11:04 Tel Aviv – PNN – After initially supporting a bill in the Israeli parliament that would change Israel’s definition as a “Jewish and democratic state” to “the national home of the Jewish people,” several MKs from the opposition Kadima party withdrew their signatures from the bill. […]

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Abbas meets Kadima MKs in Ramallah next week

[ 06/01/2011 – 09:19 AM ]   NAZARETH, (PIC)– A delegation of Israeli Knesset members of the Kadima party is expected to travel to Ramallah next week to meet with de facto Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, Hebrew press reported on Wednesday. The reports said that the meeting would take place next Sunday but did not […]

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