At first sight, the party headquarters of Israel's new opposition leader offers little hope to the government's numerous opponents.
Graffiti sullies the entrance to her rundown Tel Aviv office building. Yellow water stains adorn the suspended plaster ceiling and the few staff on hand share a restroom with a law firm next door.
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