Likud

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Likud

(lɪˈkuːd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political coalition in Israel formed in the 1970s from an alliance of right-of-centre parties
[Hebrew: consolidation]

Likud

An Israeli right-wing political alliance winning elections in 1977, 1988.
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Sharon himself said that Israel controls America and Netanyahu proved it by snapping his finger and calling a joint session of Congress to hear his irrational Likudnik ranting.
But the Israeli right would not have succeeded without the support of the evil warmongering cabal in the United States, which comprises the Israel lobby, the Likudnik media, and the corrupt members of Congress.
Forget her kowtowing to the neo-conservative, Likudnik, Christian Zionist cause, and harmful divisive views on everything that mattered from internal politics to international affairs, she appeared so vague and so damn stupid in her interview with Katie Couric that I could only take pity on those brain-dead supporters that voted for her and McCain.
Must one be a political Likudnik to gain recognition as a decent person?
CDATA[ A Turkish Internet group carried out a cyber attack against Israel on Tuesday afternoon, hitting the Likudnik Web site.
The author effectively shows the similarity of Israeli Likudnik and neoconservative thinking during the past two decades.
The new president seems tougher and more focused than his predecessors; he's unlikely to become enthralled by either of Israel's two leading candidates for prime minister -- centrist Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, or Likudnik Benjamin Netanyahu.
Without lapsing into academic jargon, Kepel describes how political capital from the First Gulf War was invested in the Oslo Peace process, but how both Islamist and Likudnik extremists, disenchanted with mainstream-negotiated peace, consolidated their own uncompromising discourses and institutions in the shadows and waited for opportunities to derail the process.
Kaus noted accurately in Slate that the dual loyalty taboo is "quite openly designed to stop people from raising the Likudnik issue.
I am here with all of who I am and what I am, what I've chosen and what I haven't, and am proud of it all: Jewish, Israeli, Mizrahi, gay, Likudnik, a security hawk, a liberal, and a man of the free market.
A Modest Proposal to Bomb Both Sides in Syria," was the title of an article written by John Wiener, whose name betrays his Likudnik leanings.
Regardless of who occupies the White House, one has to pass a Likudnik loyalty test to land a job as doorman at Foggy Bottom.