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    • Smadar
    • 20.08.07 | 05:24 (IDT)

    I'm not so sure about this black & white portrayal of Benjamin Netanyahu. True we don't really know his agenda for the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and this could be because it's quite close to the current government's stance, which is somewhat also unclear. This is the way it's been for decades. From my perspective about the conflict in the Middle East, it's been more complicated by some of the past wavering policies of the Likud, especially during the rise and rule by Benjamin Netanyahu's government. Now, he may have evolved by now, but really, why take the chance? I believe that the current coalition of the members of Kadima, a diversified group, can bring about a peaceful settlement with our adversaries. Let's give them a chance, and why bring about another election, etc. After a peaceful resolution, which is possible, then possibly Benjamin Netanyahu can be PM again. Who knows? With the rhetoric he speaks, he's a born politician! Con't

    from the article: Who is loony?
    First published 00:00 19.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.08.07
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