Is Bibi totally stopping Lieberman entering Israel?! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael
    • 15.09.09 | 19:42 (IDT)

    Did Lieberman manage to slip past the border guards into Israel after his Africa trip? Or was he turned away at the airport and forced onto the first outward bound flight, which seems to have been going to Zagreb? It's seemed pretty obvious that Bibi didn't want Lieberman anywhehere near anythung important, but this is the first time it's seemed like he's not allowed in Israel at all! Poor old Avigdor. Destined to roam the world until Bibi's government falls. Well there are about 160 UN members, so I suppose it's going ti take Lieberman some time to visit each one. Then after that, there are islands and stuff. I don't suppose Brown wants Lieberman in London, but maybe he could visit Gibraltar or the Falklands, and there are always places like Guantanamo that, to quote Avigdor 'did not receive adequate Israeli diplomatic attention in the past.'

    from the article: Lieberman now Israel's first FM to visit once pro-Nazi Croatia
    First published 18:09 15.09.09 | Last updated 18:58 15.09.09
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