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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 27.03.10 | 00:43 (IDT)

    Gaza is not Bibi's biggest problem. Bibi Netanyahu is his biggest problem. Gaza is an opportunity to put on the kind of sound and light show that folks on the far right will never fail to rally people to their leader. A bit of casting lead around Gaza will not change the basic problem which is that Netanyahu is so ambitious that he made his position of Prime Minister hostage to several ultra-right wing nut parties led by goof-balls.

    from the article: Is Gaza now Netanyahu's biggest problem?
    First published 22:11 26.03.10 | Last updated 14:28 27.03.10
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