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nirgrahamUK Posted: Sun, Dec 2 2007 9:13 AM

anyone know of any libertarian institutes, or political parties, in Israel?

any websites for these if they exist?

magazines or press even would be good too...


thanks in advance

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Mark B. replied on Sun, Dec 2 2007 10:41 AM

 There is a very weak classical liberal movement in Israel.  The Shinui Party and the Hetz Party.  Hetz split away from Shinui in 2006 and neither party had enough votes to gain representation in the Israeli Knesset.  In practical terms, classical liberalism and libertarianism are essentially dead in Israel.

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