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    The Sinai was evacuated by M. Begin, and Gaza by Sharon. They were two strong leaders. Netanyahu is a weak one. If he cannot stand up to the settlers on a shot "freeze", would he dare evacuate them? In theory you might say: Yes, Netanyahu will sign an agreement requiring the evacuation and some future strong leader will carry it out. This is not the way things work out in the real world. Whoever commits must also carry out the commitment, as Begin and Sharon did.

    from the article: Only the Bush-Sharon formula can save Obama and Netanyahu
    First published 02:12 07.10.10 | Last updated 02:12 07.10.10
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