Halutz should probably go. But not for this reason, rather, because of the mismanagement of the last few weeks and the multiple strategic, tactical, and operational errors that were made, coupled with an overdose of hubris and arrogance. But even more important than seeing heads rolling, is to immediatley start the process of learning the lessons from this tragic misadventure. Only this will help Israel in the future. Halutz, Peretz, and Olmert have put Israel back 20 years - and for that they should go! In the meantime, anything that prevents the learning process from getting underway is a distraction, however annoying and disturbing it may seem.
U.S. says working on initiative to de-escalate Syria fighting, with focus on Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: If Halutz must go, this isn't why
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