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    • Moses M. Twersky
    • 08.01.07 | 23:14 (IST)

    Dear Editor: Factionalism is a danger to Israel-and we have a clear picture of it in Labor's internecine in-fighting. The return of Barak-is a return to terrible so-called 'appeasement' peace policies of the late 1990s. He should be ashamed of himeslf. We are in a new era. There is a threat from Iran. We have fought the naked criminal Hezbullah. The IDF does not need Barak. He was about to surrender all of Judea and Samaria to a Terrorist entity. As for Benjamin Ben-Elizer-he wrecked one unity government. He is an overweight selfish leftist pol. The innovation of a Kadima governemnt will do without Labor-if this keeps up. The last time we tried this-the Palestinians went to their War of Terror-which is still not over. Let Prime Minister Ehud Olmert-state clearly that the failed polices of the past are over. Sincerely yours, Moses Mordecai Twersky

    from the article: Not Peretz alone
    First published 00:00 08.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 08.01.07
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