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Anglo candidates expected to succeed in Likud primary
Jerusalem Post - Jerusalem
Author: Hoffman, Gil
Date: Dec 8, 2008
Start Page: 3
Section: News
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"It's not like in a ball game where you know who you're playing against," he said. "Here you don't know who your friends and enemies are. There are no set rules. Whatever the outcome is, I will know I did my best in answering Bibi's call to try to get people with different skills and experiences into the Knesset."

"The endorsement from [Binyamin Netanyahu] is icing on the cake," he said. "It certainly doesn't hurt, but what really matters is a year of hard work campaigning and connecting with people."

[Yossi Fuchs] said he expects to beat Ha'etzni, who is supported by right-wing activist Moshe Feiglin. Feiglin decided to run a candidate against Fuchs, because he was seen as the candidate of the establishment. If Fuchs won, he would still face an uphill battle, because most polls do not show Likud winning 37 seats.

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