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I'm surprised you left out Feiglin

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Submitted by Shalom (United States), Aug 9, 2013 at 11:20

MK Moshe Feiglin is, in my opinion, far more reliable then Danon. He flat out rejects any compromise with the Arabs that involves land return and bases his ideology on the principles of the Bible, namely that the land of Israel was given to the Jews by G-d and is theirs to keep. He has also proved himself to be a leader with a strong backbone and does not cave in to any pressure from either Bibi, or the media.

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