Kadima USA, the American branch of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's political party, featured on its official website policy summaries that match almost word-for-word detailed paragraphs on the same topics published on the Texas Democratic Party's website.
In many instances, the only differences between the Texas website and that of Kadima were the inclusion of the words "Kadima," "Jews" and "Israel" in the place of "Texas," "Democratic Party" and "America."
One Kadima USA representative would not comment on the organization's website and its likeness to the Texas Democratic Party's site , but he warned WorldNetDaily against printing a story on the subject.
"You are making enemies with the wrong people," said Solomon Vas Diaz, executive director of Kadima USA. [Jameel: Well then, I'm very glad to be posting this story here as well]
"This is rank and file plagiarism. Kadima USA copies the policy platform, and I mean literally copies it, from the website of President George Bush's opponents in his hometown of Texas," said New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, D-Brooklyn, who first brought the website similarities to light.
Hikind said he thought something was "a little off" upon browsing the Kadima USA site.
"Things seemed very generic, almost like what should be descriptions of an American political party," said Hikind. (credit: YNetnews, unlike Qadima USA which only knows how to ripoff sites)
What a pity. Kadima could have stood for Truth, Justice, and the American Way.
Instead, we get the best of Israel's left-leaning party's director making violent threats against those who want to expose the truth...and ripping off someone else's website.