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    • Rahm
    • 02.10.10 | 18:48 (IST)

    90%? Are you certain? I suspect you've made that one up. Lieberman is divisive force in politics. As such he has a place in a parliamentary democracy, just like right wing parties in Northern Europe these days. But do not lie and say 90% of us stand behind him. Most people in Israel are sick and tired of the settlements. We might have a lot of problems with our Arab Israeli brothers. Perhaps we do not like lots of them. But I don't think 90% would think it a viable option to swap them. Look, it is all rhetoric with Lieberman and Netanyahu. I think it's the wrong rhetoric, you agree with it. Let's agree, however, that you don't make up figures.

    from the article: Fire Lieberman
    First published 01:21 01.10.10 | Last updated 01:21 01.10.10
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