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    • jpmorgan
    • 04.04.12 | 11:24 (IDT)

    what this article is really moaning about is that Barel and his colleagues have failed miserably to convince the israeli public of the justice and sensibitilty of their politic positions. In fact the vast majority of israelis view him and his camp as akin to Quislings. Bibi has a lock on power (so Barel believes) because the israeli public supports him and his policies. To Barel if you disagree with him you are either a fascist, an idiot, or heaven forfend, a Settler. Can't just be that his position is unconvincing and is viewed as a direct and present danger to the existence of the Statte of Israel and a dangerous delusion as to the real plans of our arab enemies. They express their killing purpose loud and clear in arabic but play diplomat when speaking in english or hebrew and barel aids and abetts their duplicitous souble speak with his own. So Barel it is not Bibi you hate but it is your people and country that you really hate.

    from the article: Just like Iran, Israel has a supreme leader: Netanyahu
    First published 04:20 04.04.12 | Last updated 04:20 04.04.12
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