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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Yoel Hasson
Israel's Kadima party could lose a large breakaway faction of lawmakers following its leader's controversial decision to join the current Israeli government, The Washington Times has learned.
"Dividing Kadima is the last option," he said.
"If this reform is going to happen with the Tal Law," Mr. Hasson said, "it's a revolution, and it's something that everyone is going to give Kadima credit for because without Kadima, it would never happen."