The Kadima Party in Israel is planning a "shocking" election campaign. A report in newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth claims that the party is going to release scandalous photographs of Benjamin Netanyahu around which the campaign will be built.
An informed source in Kadima told the newspaper that the party is mapping out an electoral plan based on exposing what he called "the bitter truth" about the Israeli Prime Minister. The source said that it will be a "shocking campaign" relying on photographs not words. "We will be the ones to expose the truth," he added.
Shaul Mofaz, Kadima's chairman, is the party's candidate to enter the election battle against Netanyahu. According to the anonymous source, Mofaz will concentrate on security and aims to underline his experience on defence and social issues. Motti Morel, who managed Netanyahu's 1996 election campaign, has been hired by Kadima to run its current campaign.