حزب الليكود هو الحزب الرئيسي في يمين-وسط الطيف السياسي الإسرائيلي، والمنافس الرئيسي لحزب العمل. اتاسس سنة 1973، لما اندمج حزب حيروت والحزب اللبرالي الإسرائيلى.

الليكود
(بالعبرى: הליכוד – תנועה לאומית ליברלית تعديل قيمة خاصية الاسم الرسمي (P1448) في ويكي بيانات
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البلد
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اسرائيل  تعديل قيمة خاصية البلد (P17) في ويكي بيانات
تاريخ التأسيس 13 سبتمبر 1973  تعديل قيمة خاصية البداية (P571) في ويكي بيانات
Fleche-defaut-droite-gris-32.png جاحال  تعديل قيمة خاصية سبقه (P155) في ويكي بيانات
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قائد الحزب بنيامين نتنياهو (19 ديسمبر 2005–)  تعديل قيمة خاصية الرئيس (P488) في ويكي بيانات
عدد الأعضاء 125000   تعديل قيمة خاصية عدد الأعضاء (P2124) في ويكي بيانات
الأيديولوجيا سياسه محافظه،  وشعبوية يمينية،  ورجعية صهيونية  تعديل قيمة خاصية الأيديولوجيا السياسية (P1142) في ويكي بيانات
انحياز سياسي يمينية  تعديل قيمة خاصية الانحياز السياسي (P1387) في ويكي بيانات
الموقع الرسمي الموقع الرسمي  تعديل قيمة خاصية الويبسايت الرسمى (P856) في ويكي بيانات
حزب الليكود Likud
הליכוד
Chairpersonبنيامين نتنياهو
المؤسسمناحيم بيجن
تاريخ التاسيس1973 (alliance)
1988 (unified party)
ضم معGahal (Herut and Liberal Party), Free Centre, National List and Movement for Greater Israel
HeadquartersMetzudat Ze'ev
38 King George Street
Tel Aviv, Israel
Youth wingLikud Youth
LGBT wingLikud Pride
Membership  (2012)125,000
الفكرNational liberalism[1][2][3][4]
Economic liberalism[5]
Zionism[6]
Liberal conservatism[7]
National conservatism[6][8][9]
Right-wing populism[10]
Historical:
Revisionist Zionism[11][12]
Political positionCentre-right[4] to
right-wing[13][14][15][16]
International affiliationInternational Democrat Union
European affiliationAlliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe (regional partner)[17]
Official colours     Blue
Knesset
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Election symbol
قالب:Hebrew
الويبسايت
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Elections
لوجو حزب الليكود
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مراجعتعديل

  1. Daniel Tauber (13 August 2010). "Ze'ev Jabotinsky (1880-1940)". Likud Anglos. Archived from the original on 22 February 2011. Jabotinsky's movement and teachings, which can be characterized as national-liberalism, form the foundation of the Likud party.
  2. McGann, James G.; Johnson, Erik C. (2005). Comparative Think Tanks, Politics and Public Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. p. 241. ISBN 9781781958995. The Likud Party, the party of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, is a national-liberal party, while the Labor Party, led by Shimon Peres, is more left-wing and identified as social-democratic.
  3. "Israel - Political Parties". GlobalSecurity.org. 2014-04-12. Retrieved 2015-01-26. The two main political parties—Likud, essentially national-liberal and Labor, essentially social-democratic—have historical roots and traditions pre-dating the establishment of the State in 1948.
  4. أ ب "Meet the parties - Likud". Haaretz. 2015. Retrieved 2015-03-01. A national-liberal political movement (center-right, in Israeli terms) that was established as an alliance of parties that united into a single party in 1984.
  5. "Israel election: Who are the key candidates?". BBC. 14 March 2015.
  6. أ ب "Guide to Israel's political parties". BBC News. 21 January 2013. Retrieved 28 June 2015.
  7. Amnon Rapoport (1990). Experimental Studies of Interactive Decisions. Kluwer Academic. p. 413. ISBN 0792306856. Likud is a liberal-conservative party that gains much of its support from the lower and middle classes, and promotes free enterprise, nationalism, and expansionism.
  8. Watzal, Ludwig (1999). Peace enemies: the past and present conflict between Israel and Palestine. PASSIA. p. 28.
  9. "The short life of the "National Unity Government"" (PDF). Konrad Adenauer Foundation. July 2012. p. 1.
  10. Langford, Barry (2017). All Together Now. Biteback Publishing. Netanyahu, leader of the right-wing populist party Likud, ran for re-election
  11. Joel Greenberg (22 November 1998). "The World: Pursuing Peace; Netanyahu and His Party Turn Away from 'Greater Israel'". The New York Times. Retrieved 30 June 2015. Likud, despite defections, had joined Labor in accepting the inevitability of territorial compromise.... Revolutionary as it may seem, Likud's abandonment of its maximalist vision has in fact been evolving for years.
  12. Ethan Bronner (20 February 2009). "Netanyahu, Once Hawkish, Now Touts Pragmatism". The New York Times. Retrieved 30 June 2015. Likud as a party has made a major transformation in the last 15 years from being rigidly committed to retaining all the land of Israel to looking pragmatically at how to retain for Israel defensible borders in a very uncertain Middle East....
  13. "Likud - political party, Israel". Britannica.com. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  14. "Guide to Israel's political parties". Bbc.com. 4 November 2017. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  15. "History & Overview of the Likud Party". Jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  16. Ishaan Tharoor (14 March 2015). "A guide to the political parties battling for Israel's future". The Washington Post. Retrieved 28 June 2015.
  17. Member parties Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe