Caption: Israeli politicians are doing everything they can to wrap themselves in some Obama mystique as they prepare for national elections in February. In this cartoon by Haaretz illustrator Amos Biderman, conservative Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu has aides cake his face in black and curl his newly-dyed-black hair to look more like the U.S. president-elect.
Caption: Israeli politicians are doing everything they can to wrap themselves in some Obama mystique as they prepare for national elections in February. In this cartoon by Haaretz illustrator Amos Biderman, conservative Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu has aides cake his face in black and curl his newly-dyed-black hair to look more like the U.S. president-elect. Amos Biderman / Haaretz
Caption: Israeli politicians are doing everything they can to wrap themselves in some Obama mystique as they prepare for national elections in February. In this cartoon by Haaretz illustrator Amos Biderman, conservative Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu has aides cake his face in black and curl his newly-dyed-black hair to look more like the U.S. president-elect. Amos Biderman / Haaretz

With elections in February, Israel searching for its Obama

December 14, 2008 03:03 PM

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