Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu makes a point at a political rally. (AFP/Getty Images)

An Election Campaign Gets Down and Dirty (AUDIO INTERVIEW)

Israelis across the political spectrum agree that the current national election campaign is among the dirtiest they’ve seen – perhaps the dirtiest. The punches and counterpunches have voters reeling to the point where polls are fluctuating almost daily – not that they’ll necessarily reflect the outcome of the coming April 9 vote.

To make some sense of it all, The Media Line spoke with Prof. Shmuel Sandler, an expert on the Israeli political system at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies.

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