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Entgrenzungen? Konservative und nationalreligiöse Rechte in Israel

  • Thomas PrenzelEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Der Likud, Israels bürgerlich-konservative Traditionspartei, sei dem Populismus erlegen. Von der radikalen Rechten vor sich hergetrieben, fürchteten seine führenden Mitglieder um den Machterhalt und übernähmen deren Forderungen und Parolen. Da es ihr an einem eigenen Profil und Programm mangele, werde die Partei nur noch von ihrer Feindschaft gegenüber der Linken zusammengehalten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.RostockDeutschland

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