Television star Anastasia Michaeli (right), number 44 on the Kadima Party’s list for the parliament, campaigned last week among Russian immigrants in the Israeli city of Lod.
Campaign Portraits

Courting Israel's Russian speakers

Centrist party targets key bloc

By Anne Barnard
Globe Staff / March 26, 2006

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Last in a series of articles examining candidates for the Israeli election on Tuesday. LOD, Israel -- A blonde, stylish television presenter, a peripatetic mother of six, and a Russian convert to Judaism, Anastasia Michaeli personifies the brand-new Kadima Party's attempt to shake up Israeli politics. (Full article: 920 words)

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