Personally, I never liked Yechimovich, despite her popularity, because she gave me an impression that she knows it all, and because of her manner doing that. I repeat - that is my personal impression. Now, that she enters politics, I can hardly expect her manner (and attitude) to somehow change. It can only become worse, as is in politics. History does teach, if we accept it, or if not. Powers that kept other nations at their disposal, sooner or later disintegrated. Endless examples attest to that. Israel in this respect is not exception. Because and if we care for Israel to be, the occupation is, and must be, the central issue. To give it priority lower than any other, is way to end the country and its future. And the nation.
Several injured after Jerusalem protest march against Al-Aqsa restrictions dispersed (Haaretz)
from the article: Beyond Yachimovich's view