BiBi has the Intel, he knows when to pull the trigger - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • King of the Juice
    • 27.09.11 | 17:50 (IDT)

    BiB is the PM of Israel. Sworn to protect it all... He will give his life to protect it. (as shown by his war decorations.) Abbass is desparate to be an historical figure. Unlike abbass, he doesn't lie, cheat or exaggerate. He dosen't skim off the monies given to the beggars for idealistic purposes, he is not and never was a (black september) terrorist like abbass. I'd rather follow BiBi into war, a decorated paratroop, than Anyone else I see...Because I feel BiBi won't use me as a prop or cannon fodder the way that awful awful mess Peretz did to 22 dead soldiers in his care...Quite frankly, I am surprised peretz wasn't a victim of "friendly fire"...And I was somewhat disappointed about that ... (here's a great deal for the PALS--Trade peretz for schalit!)

    from the article: Netanyahu's messianism could launch attack on Iran
    First published 02:52 27.09.11 | Last updated 02:52 27.09.11
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