But that's my ignorance. And after reading this article, I find my apprehensions confirmed, rather than dispelled. Does Benny Gantz have what it takes to lead the IDF under the immensely complex, hard and threatening circumstances ahead? Figures such as Rabin and Dayan come to my mind at this juncture. And yes, the sadness that Galant had committed a fault that disqualified him. I also think of Kaplinsky. There is nothing concrete, real, evident, that creates my prejudice about Benny Gantz. I only hope his performance dispells them. I wish him and the entire IDF the best of success in the enornous and unpredictable tasks ahead.
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from the article: Does Benny Gantz have what it takes to lead the IDF?