This alternative alliance is precisely what Labor's Isaac Herzog and Livni's partner, Amram Mitzne, have been calling for.
The family of Amram was distinguished by a very striking peculiarity.
Amram greeted him, and wished to say some words in token of friendliness.
The old worker in ebony and cabinet-maker, Amram, dwelt by the river-side in a clay-hut which was covered with palm-leaves.
A man loving, gentle, forgiving of heart, like Moses son of Amram.
Amram reached at last the temple square, passed through the avenue of Sphinxes, and stood before a little door in the left pylon.
And the years of Amram's life, were a hundred and thirty-seven.
In order to satisfy himself Amram went in the direction where the silence seemed to be densest.
A contemporary of Amram, Zemach, the son of Paltoi, found a different channel for his literary energies.
Amram sought to find his way back, but could only discover one piece of papyrus.