Bibi gets the JFS vote
Bibi Netanyahu, who limped to victory in the Israeli elections, fared better at JFS, where his Likud party topped a pupils’ mock poll with 36 seats.
Yisrael Beteinu garnered 17: Shas and Labour took 12 apiece and Kadima enjoyed a respectable 11 (compared to its dismal show at home).
The real surprise was a whopping 32 seats for socialist Zionist Meretz. The red flag is still flying in Kenton.