Otzma Yehudit leader Michael Ben Ari stands next to far-right protesters as they burn a Palestinian flag during a demonstration in the West Bank on November 29, 2012 [File: Ronen Zvulun/Reuters]

In 1984, Rabbi Meir Kahane, the founding leader of the openly racist Kach party, managed to enter the Knesset after securing some 26,000 votes. Despite his rising political profile, however, the far-right rabbi was not welcomed with open arms in the Israeli

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