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Israel In A Crisis Of Confidence

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Mar 29, 2006 at 13:27

The recent elections in Isreal; with its low voter turn-out, proves that this country is going through a crisis of confidence. Present day Israel, in its history, has been most famous for elections with very high turnout of voters that elected leaders who have decided the direction of its course. An election like this one shows that the Israelis want to continue the policies of Ariel Sharon, resolving the Israeli/Palistine issues, and win the terror war.
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