Crocodile tears from a barracuda - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 26.01.10 | 14:41 (IST)

    ""The lack of a solution to the problem of border demarcation within the historic Land of Israel - and not an Iranian bomb - is the most serious threat to Israel's future," - Ehud Barak Ehud Barak, his fear-mongering leader Bibi Netanyahu, and Avigdor Lieberman have spent the last year doing everything they could to destroy the peace process and now we have crocodile tears from Barak the Barracuda. He is one of the men who decided that there could be no negotiations last winter. He is one of the men who told the entire world - by their actions even if some times they said otherwise - that there could be no Palestinian state, and there could be no compromise on Judea and Samaria. Yet now, sob, he is deeply concerned that without a solution Israel is threatened.

    from the article: Barak: Peace process failures greater threat than Iran nukes
    First published 12:23 26.01.10 | Last updated 13:42 26.01.10
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