good. now the left's bete noir is gone and you will all see that peace is still not achievable - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • BEAR JEW
    • 14.12.12 | 18:27 (IST)

    bring on livni that the other world leaders love....let tzipi deal with these forces now...she will see how ridiculous they are and they will see how she herself cannot bring peace when the arabs really dont want peace....I like it... i liked lieberman in that he was a direct no nonsense man who stood up to the foreign ministers of other countries who so hopelessly misrepresent the facts of the situation...livni has her work cut out for her...but, maybe now the other foreign ministers will have less to complain about....they wanted livni, they will get her...it wont change a thing.

    from the article: Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to resign over indictment decision
    First published 17:34 14.12.12 | Last updated 17:34 14.12.12
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