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USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
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July 29, 2012
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Israel's Kadima party leader...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Romney shakes hands with Israel's Kadima party leader Mofaz in...
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Israel's Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz during their meeting in Jerusalem July 29, 2012. Romney would back Israel if it were to decide it had to use military force to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, a senior aide said on Sunday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
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July 29, 2012
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets Israel's Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Romney meets Israel's Kadima party leader Mofaz in Jerusalem
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets Israel's Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz in Jerusalem July 29, 2012. Romney would back Israel if it were to decide it had to use military force to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, a senior aide said on Sunday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
USA CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
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July 29, 2012
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima...
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima party, in Jerusalem, July 29, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
USA CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
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July 29, 2012
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima...
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) meets with Shaul Mofaz, leader of Israel's Kadima party, in Jerusalem, July 29, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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July 17, 2012
An ultra-Orthodox Jew listens to Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz (not pictured) during a news conference...
Petah Tikva, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jew listens to Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz during a news conference near Tel Aviv...
An ultra-Orthodox Jew listens to Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz (not pictured) during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17, 2012. Israel's Kadima party quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition on Tuesday in a dispute over drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, but the government was not expected to collapse because it still had a majority in parliament. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION MILITARY)
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July 17, 2012
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17,...
Petah Tikva, Israel
Kadima party leader Mofaz speaks during a news conference near Tel Aviv
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17, 2012. Israel's Kadima party quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition on Tuesday in a dispute over drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, but the government was not expected to collapse because it still had a majority in parliament. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY RELIGION)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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July 17, 2012
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17,...
Petah Tikva, Israel
Kadima party leader Mofaz speaks during a news conference near Tel Aviv
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17, 2012. Israel's Kadima party quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition on Tuesday in a dispute over drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, but the government was not expected to collapse because it still had a majority in parliament. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY RELIGION)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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July 17, 2012
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17,...
Petah Tikva, Israel
Kadima party leader Mofaz speaks during a news conference near Tel Aviv
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz speaks during a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17, 2012. Israel's Kadima party quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition on Tuesday in a dispute over drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, but the government was not expected to collapse because it still had a majority in parliament. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY RELIGION)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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July 17, 2012
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz (C) leaves after convening a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel...
Petah Tikva, Israel
Kadima party leader Mofaz leaves after convening a news conference near Tel Aviv
Kadima party leader Shaul Mofaz (C) leaves after convening a news conference in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv July 17, 2012. Israel's Kadima party quit Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition on Tuesday in a dispute over drafting ultra-Orthodox Jews into the military, but the government was not expected to collapse because it still had a majority in parliament. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY RELIGION)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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July 08, 2012
Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, head of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's largest coalition partner Kadima,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Vice Premier Mofaz, head of Netanyahu's largest coalition partner Kadima, attends the weekly cabinet...
Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, head of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's largest coalition partner Kadima, attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem July 8, 2012. Netanyahu gave the green light on Sunday to reforms that would end blanket military exemptions for ultra-Orthodox Jewish men, in an about-face only hours after 20,000 Israelis marched for change. REUTERS/Uriel Sinai/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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July 07, 2012
Israel cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz (C) arrives to take part in a demonstration calling for an amendment...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel cabinet minister Mofaz arrives to take part in a demonstration in Tel Aviv
Israel cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz (C) arrives to take part in a demonstration calling for an amendment to the country's compulsory draft policy opposed by the powerful ultra-Orthodox community, in Tel Aviv July 7, 2012. The controversy over a highly emotive issue in Israel, where most 18-year-olds face conscription, has flared ahead of the August 1 expiration of a disputed law that grants blanket exemptions to strictly religious Jews and Arab citizens. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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July 01, 2012
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in Ramallah
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in the West Bank city of Ramallah July 1, 2012, during a protest against a meeting between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz that had been put off. Abbas has postponed the controversial meeting with Mofaz that had been scheduled for Sunday, Palestinian officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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July 01, 2012
A member of the Palestinian security forces scuffles with a journalist in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
A member of the Palestinian security forces scuffles with a journalist in Ramallah
A member of the Palestinian security forces scuffles with a journalist in the West Bank city of Ramallah July 1, 2012, during a protest by Palestinians against a meeting between President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz that had been put off. Abbas has postponed the controversial meeting with Mofaz that had been scheduled for Sunday, Palestinian officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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July 01, 2012
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in Ramallah
Members of the Palestinian security forces scuffle with demonstrators in the West Bank city of Ramallah July 1, 2012, during a protest against a meeting between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz that had been put off. Abbas has postponed the controversial meeting with Mofaz that had been scheduled for Sunday, Palestinian officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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June 30, 2012
Palestinian protesters (back) rally in front of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' security forces...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters rally in front of Palestinian President Abbas' security forces as they tried to...
Palestinian protesters (back) rally in front of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' security forces as they tried to march on the headquarters in protest against the meeting between Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, even though it had been put off, in Ramallah June 30, 2012. Four people were detained. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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June 30, 2012
Palestinian protesters (R) clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' security personnel (L) as...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' security personnel as they tried...
Palestinian protesters (R) clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' security personnel (L) as they tried to march on the headquarters in protest against the meeting between Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, even though it had been put off, in Ramallah June 30, 2012. Four people were detained. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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June 30, 2012
Palestinian protesters shout slogans as they tried to march on the headquarters in protest against the...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters shout slogans as they tried to march on headquarters in protest against meeting...
Palestinian protesters shout slogans as they tried to march on the headquarters in protest against the meeting between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, even though it had been put off, in Ramallah June 30, 2012. Four people were detained. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TALKS
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June 30, 2012
Palestinian protesters (R) clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' plainclothes security personnel...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' plainclothes security personnel...
Palestinian protesters (R) clash with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' plainclothes security personnel (L) as they tried to march on the headquarters in protest against the meeting between Abbas and Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz, even though it had been put off, in Ramallah June 30, 2012. Four people were detained. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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June 30, 2012
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) executive committee...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) executive committee...
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) executive committee meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah June 30, 2012. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has postponed a meeting with Israeli Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz that was due to take place on Sunday, Palestinian officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS)
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May 13, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and newly appointed minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu and newly appointed minister Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and newly appointed minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 13, 2012. Israel and the Palestinian Authority issued a rare joint statement on Saturday, saying they were committed to peace after Netanyahu dispatched an envoy to meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. REUTERS/Oded Balilty/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
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May 13, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and newly appointed minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu and newly appointed minister Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and newly appointed minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 13, 2012. Israel and the Palestinian Authority issued a rare joint statement on Saturday, saying they were committed to peace after Netanyahu dispatched an envoy to meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. REUTERS/Oded Balilty/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo in his office at parliament in Jerusalem,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo at parliament in Jerusalem
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo in his office at parliament in Jerusalem, before he was sworn in as a cabinet minister May 9, 2012. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday. The coalition deal means Kadima will join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, creating a majority with 94 of parliament's 120 seats. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, is seen in his office at parliament in Jerusalem, before...
Jerusalem, Israel
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, is seen at parliament in Jerusalem
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, is seen in his office at parliament in Jerusalem, before he was sworn in as a cabinet minister May 9, 2012. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday. The coalition deal means Kadima will join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, creating a majority with 94 of parliament's 120 seats. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo in his office at parliament in Jerusalem,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo at parliament in Jerusalem
Shaul Mofaz, head of the centrist Kadima party, poses for a photo in his office at parliament in Jerusalem, before he was sworn in as a cabinet minister May 9, 2012. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday. The coalition deal means Kadima will join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, creating a majority with 94 of parliament's 120 seats. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (3rd R) congratulates his new coalition partner Shaul Mofaz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu attends a session of parliament in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (3rd R) congratulates his new coalition partner Shaul Mofaz (L) after he was sworn in as a cabinet minister, at parliament in Jerusalem May 9, 2012. The addition of Mofaz's centrist Kadima party makes Netanyahu's ruling coalition one of the largest in Israeli history, now supported by 94 of the legislature's 120 members. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) speaks during a session of parliament in Jerusalem, where...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks during a session of parliament in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) speaks during a session of parliament in Jerusalem, where his new coalition partner Shaul Mofaz was sworn in as a cabinet minister May 9, 2012. The addition of Mofaz's centrist Kadima party makes Netanyahu's ruling coalition one of the largest in Israeli history, now supported by 94 of the legislature's 120 members. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 09, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a session of parliament in Jerusalem, where his new...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu attends a session of parliament in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a session of parliament in Jerusalem, where his new coalition partner Shaul Mofaz was sworn in as a cabinet minister May 9, 2012. The addition of Mofaz's centrist Kadima party makes Netanyahu's ruling coalition one of the largest in Israeli history, now supported by 94 of the legislature's 120 members. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) holds a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz, head of...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu holds a joint news conference with Mofaz, head of the Kadima party,...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) holds a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz, head of the Kadima party which will hook up with Netanyahu's rightist coalition, at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Shaul Mofaz (L), head of the Kadima party which will...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu and Shaul Mofaz, head of Kadima party, leave after a joint news conference...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Shaul Mofaz (L), head of the Kadima party which will hook up with Netanyahu's rightist coalition, leave after a joint news conference at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Shaul Mofaz (front), head of the Kadima party which...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu and Shaul Mofaz, head of Kadima party, leave after a joint news conference...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Shaul Mofaz (front), head of the Kadima party which will hook up with Netanyahu's rightist coalition, leave after a joint news conference at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks during a joint news conference with head of the Kadima party...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz (not seen), head of the Kadima party which join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (centre L) holds a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu holds a joint news conference with head of the Kadima party Mofaz at...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (centre L) holds a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz, head of the Kadima party which will join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
RTR31RMU
May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks during a joint news conference with head of the Kadima party...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Shaul Mofaz, head of the Kadima party which will join Netanyahu's rightist coalition, at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu formed a unity government on Tuesday in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and seek peace with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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May 08, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) shakes hands with Shaul Mofaz, head of the Kadima party...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu shakes hands with head of Kadima party Mofaz in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) shakes hands with Shaul Mofaz, head of the Kadima party which will hook up with Netanyahu's rightist coalition, during their joint news conference at parliament in Jerusalem May 8, 2012. Netanyahu called off plans on Tuesday for early elections and formed a unity government in a surprise move that could give him a freer hand to confront Iran's nuclear ambitions. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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March 28, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) stands with Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitz (R) as he prays at...
Jerusalem, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz prays at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) stands with Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitz (R) as he prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City March 28, 2012. Israel's main opposition Kadima party, expected to suffer a crushing defeat in the next election, has voted out its leader Tzipi Livni and chosen ex-defence chief Mofaz to replace her. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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March 28, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) walks with Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitz (R) after praying at...
Jerusalem, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz walks with Western Wall Rabbi Rabinovitz after praying at the Western Wall in...
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) walks with Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitz (R) after praying at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City March 28, 2012. Israel's main opposition Kadima party, expected to suffer a crushing defeat in the next election, has voted out its leader Tzipi Livni and chosen ex-defence chief Mofaz to replace her. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
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March 28, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) touches the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's...
Jerusalem, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz touches the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) touches the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City March 28, 2012. Israel's main opposition Kadima party, expected to suffer a crushing defeat in the next election, has voted out its leader Tzipi Livni and chosen ex-defence chief Mofaz to replace her. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
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March 27, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) leaves after casting his ballot for the Kadima party primary election...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz leaves after casting his ballot for the Kadima party primary election at...
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (C) leaves after casting his ballot for the Kadima party primary election at a polling station in the central town of Kfar Saba March 27, 2012. Opinion polls predicted a close race between Tzipi Livni, Israel's former foreign minister, and Mofaz among Kadima's 100,000 eligible voters charged with choosing a candidate to challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a national poll expected by next year. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 27, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (L) holds his ballot for the Kadima party primary election before casting...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz holds his ballot for the Kadima party primary election before casting it at polling...
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (L) holds his ballot for the Kadima party primary election before casting it at a polling station in the central town of Kfar Saba March 27, 2012. Opinion polls predicted a close race between Tzipi Livni, Israel's former foreign minister, and Mofaz among Kadima's 100,000 eligible voters charged with choosing a candidate to challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a national poll expected by next year. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 27, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot for the Kadima party primary election at a polling station...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz casts his ballot for the Kadima party primary in Kfar Saba
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot for the Kadima party primary election at a polling station in the central town of Kfar Saba March 27, 2012. Opinion polls predict a close race between Tzipi Livni, Israel's former foreign minister, and Mofaz among Kadima's 100,000 eligible voters charged with choosing a candidate to challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a national poll expected by next year. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-POLITICS/
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March 27, 2012
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (L) emerges from a voting booth before casting his ballot for the Kadima...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Ex-defence chief Mofaz emerges from a voting booth before casting his ballot for the Kadima party primary...
Ex-defence chief Shaul Mofaz (L) emerges from a voting booth before casting his ballot for the Kadima party primary election at a polling station in the central town of Kfar Saba March 27, 2012. Opinion polls predict a close race between Tzipi Livni, Israel's former foreign minister, and Mofaz among Kadima's 100,000 eligible voters charged with choosing a candidate to challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a national poll expected by next year. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL/
RTXBXAN
February 22, 2009
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (2nd R), Transport Minister Shaul...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's PM Olmert, FM Livni, Transport Minister Mofaz and Defence Minister Barak attend cabinet meeting...
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (2nd R), Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (3rd R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (L) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem February 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL/
RTXBXAI
February 22, 2009
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's PM Olmert, FM Livni and Transport Minister Mofaz attend cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (L) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem February 22, 2009.
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
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February 08, 2009
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's PM Olmert, FM Livni and Mofaz attend meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (L) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem February 8, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM)
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November 10, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (R) and Likud Party leader Benjamin Netanyahu attend the annual...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Mofaz and Likud Party leader Netanyahu attend memorial ceremony for Yitzhak...
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (R) and Likud Party leader Benjamin Netanyahu attend the annual memorial ceremony for former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was killed by an ultranationalist Jew in 1995, at the Mount Herzl cemetery in Jerusalem November 10, 2008. REUTERS/Brian Hendler/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL/
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November 02, 2008
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's PM Olmert, FM Livni and Transport Minister Mofaz attend weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem November 2, 2008. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM)
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October 12, 2008
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's PM Olmert, FM Livni and Transport Minister Mofaz attend cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem October 12, 2008. The Israeli government plans to insure deposits at commercial banks, the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni looks at her watch before casting her ballot at a polling station...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni looks at watch in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni looks at her watch before casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party voted on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election.
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) is greeted by a supporter before casting her ballot at a polling...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni is greeted by supporter in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) is greeted by a supporter before casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party voted on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (L) greets a supporter as he leaves a polling station in Kfar...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz greets a supporter as he leaves a polling station in Kfar Saba...
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (L) greets a supporter as he leaves a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv, after casting his ballot September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Tzipi Livni or fellow cabinet minister Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months - and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
A Kadima party member (L) greets Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) as she leaves a polling station...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Kadima party member (L) greets Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni as she leaves a polling station...
A Kadima party member (L) greets Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) as she leaves a polling station in Tel Aviv after casting her ballot September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) leaves a polling station in Tel Aviv after casting her ballot...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni leaves polling station in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) leaves a polling station in Tel Aviv after casting her ballot September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz holds his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz holds ballot at polling station in Kfar Saba
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz holds his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (R) and his wife Orit arrive to cast ballots at a polling station...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz and wife Orit arrive to cast ballots in Kfar Saba
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz (R) and his wife Orit arrive to cast ballots at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) leaves a polling station in Tel Aviv after casting her ballot...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni leaves polling station in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) leaves a polling station in Tel Aviv after casting her ballot September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Bernat Armangue/Pool (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni gestures after casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni gestures at polling station in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni gestures after casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Bernat Armangue/Pool (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) speaks before casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni speaks before casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv...
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) speaks before casting her ballot at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election.
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) arrives at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008....
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni arrives at polling station in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) arrives at a polling station in Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Livni or fellow cabinet minister Shaul Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -- and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Tzipi Livni or fellow cabinet minister Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
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September 17, 2008
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel...
Kfar Saba, Israel
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba
Israel's Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba, near Tel Aviv September 17, 2008. Members of Israel's ruling party began voting on Wednesday for a new leader to replace Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has promised to resign following a corruption investigation in which he faces indictment. But whether Tzipi Livni or fellow cabinet minister Mofaz secures the support of a majority of the 74,000 members of the centrist Kadima party, Olmert may stay on as caretaker premier for weeks or months -and Israel's fractious coalition politics could yet mean an early parliamentary election.
REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
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