M.DAYAN:I know how at least 80% of all those incidents there [along the Israeli-Syrian border] got started. In my opinion, more than 80%, - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • lol mickey!poor hasbara!
    • 07.06.13 | 02:50 (IDT)

    but let us talk about 80. It worked like this: we would send a tractor to plow some place in the demilitarized zone where nothing could be grown, and we would know ahead of time that the Syrians would shoot. If they didn't shoot, we would tell the tractor to move deeper [into the demilitarized zone], until the Syrians got mad eventually and fired on it. And then we would activate artillery, and later on the air force...I did it, and Laskov [Dayan's successor], and Chera [Laskov's successor], and Rabin too when he was there, but it seems to me that the one who enjoyed most these kinds of games was Dado

    from the article: Six Day War breaks out, this time on Twitter
    First published 01:27 05.06.13 | Last updated 01:27 05.06.13
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