Hmmm....Posted to Twitter by television newscaster Ayala Hasson:
נמל תעופה בן גוריון הישובו שניים יחדיו בלתי אם נועדו pic.twitter.com/cXI5ui2er5For the Hebrew-impaired, the tweet reads "Ben Gurion Airport. Would two sit together unless it was arranged?" (It's a take-off on a verse in the Prophets which says "Would two go together unless it was arranged?").
— Ayala Hasson (@AyalaHasson) December 4, 2014
For those who don't recognize the two, they are Tzipi Livni and Yitzchak Herzog, the leader of the Labor party. According to Friday's HaPeles, the free Haredi weekly that is under the direction of Rav Shmuel Auerbach, there is a survey out that claims that if Livni unites with Labor, they will constitute the largest party in the upcoming election.
Can Livni put aside her massive ego to unite with Labor?