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    • yahn goodey
    • 16.06.07 | 22:57 (IDT)

    even if barak somehow convinces olmert to step aside who would he like to see be pm-himself again?no thanks already been there-has no more political leadership abilities than has olmert/peres/peretz or any other member of kadima and netanyahu already has shown by hevron and giving arms to arafat that hes no different than olmerts gang .of all the present knesset members that i have heard/read what they think the only 2 having any common sense appear to be 1.arieh eldad 2.yehudi ariel.G-D have mercy on them as they try and convince the rest of the knesset to see the light and G-D have mercy on israel.

    from the article: Barak to be defense minister; Peretz: No chance of cooperation
    First published 00:00 15.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.06.07
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