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    • zionist forever
    • 01.02.10 | 20:03 (IST)

    He announced about Ariel collage being upgraded to university status When it comes to foreign policy he seems to be the man discussing it all not foreign minister Liberman. He has been talking financie issues. Now he makes speeches like this that should be coming from the PM. What exactly is Baraks role in this government, is he defense minister or is he everything short of religious affairs minister all rolled into one? As for his comments on Syria, Israel is safer with the Golan than without it. Assad is a thug who says on Sunday he wants peace and on Monday admits proudly he supports terror. Assad is a snake oil salesman who can't be trusted He wants to move 500,000 arabs into the Golan creating a potential Gaza in the north. He wants a share of Kinerret waters This treaty we don't need & Israeli taxpayers will be financing for the next decade the huge cost involved & Syria is no real threat so if it aint broke dont fix it and keep the Golan.

    from the article: Barak: Without Syria peace, we could be headed for all-out war
    First published 18:54 01.02.10 | Last updated 19:59 01.02.10
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