Likud Primaries--The Nightmares
Batya MedadNew York-born Batya Medad made aliyah with her husband just weeks after...
G-d willing the winners will serve the country well
The Likud didn't want certain people voting in the primaries. It's obvious. For sure they didn't want paid members who live in areas with Feiglin supporters to vote. They made things as difficult as possible.
Look at the crowds. We, in Shiloh were lucky. We live here. It was the regional voting station for an area that includes not only the "Shiloh block" of Shiloh, Eli, Maale Levona and the hilltops. There wasn't a polling station in Ofra, or Tapuach or Kochav Hashachar, well to the southeast of us.
People I know from all those places came here to vote.
"So, what?", you may say. They can get to Shiloh in 15-20 minutes. But I left out something. Voting was computerized, and...