The left tell us that when a peace agreement is finally drafted, most of the public will vote in favor of it.
By Dror Eydar, Isaeli Hayom.
The idea of holding a referendum is therefore a whole lot of trouble. But let us not despair. Last Wednesday, Haaretz ran a poll on its front page stating that “55 percent of Israelis say they are inclined to vote for a peace agreement.” Ostensibly, this spells joy and merriment for the territorial withdrawal aficionados and haters of the Jewish settlement enterprise.
It is also a declaration on behalf of the Left that a referendum is nothing to worry about, because, as the poll suggests, when a peace agreement is finally drafted, most of the public will vote in favor of it.
But let us dwell for a moment on this misleading headline. Note the use of the word “inclined” rather than straight…
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