Now that Barak is finally leaving active political life (so he says) the question now is who will take his place is such an important government portfolio as defense minister. Will it be "Boogie Ayalon" , Avigdor Lieberman (he will then hold two portfolios) or maybe even someone from an even more extreme right wing party. Whoever does take over this job will have a lot to deal with, especially in confronting Iran. And with BiBi still presiding over it all, we the people of Israel can look forward to "interesting times" as the Chinese would say.
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France, U.S. target Islamic State with two strikes in Iraq (Reuters)
from the article: After failing as a politician, Barak's decision to quit was inevitable