- Literally, "engagement," "pulling-in," "ingathering," "consolidation," or "convergence"; the Hebrew term used by Kadima Party leader Ehud Olmert in the 2006 Knesset election (See also Knesset[PARLIAMENT]) campaign to describe his plan for the future of the West Bank.
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