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The election campaign winding to a close this week should have been about which party has the best plan to extricate Israel from the current cycle of Palestinian terror and economic decline.
Instead, it focused almost exclusively on sleaze in the political system and corruption...
November 20, 1997 | 7:00 pm
Once-sleepy Haifa is now a tourist mecca, and MayorAmram Mitzna is spreading the word
By Diane Arieff Zaga, Arts Editor
It's a long road from the West Bank to Beverly Hills, but ifthere's anyone equipped to navigate it gracefully, it's Amram Mitzna.
In 1987, near the end of an...