olmerts priorities millions for terrorists nothing for homefront - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 29.04.07 | 18:46 (IDT)

    Millions of dollars have been found to build a neuclear bunker for the politicians but they couldnt find the money to get homefront up to scratch. What if there is a war with Syria, Iran or hizbollah how are homefront going to look after the people if they dont get the money? Olmert refunded hundreds of millions of dollars to the palestians who have been causing millions of dollars in damage through rocket attacks give that money to homefront it would allow them to make major reforms needed to protect the country from terroism and conventional warfare. Terrorists are being given money to buy rockets to fire at Israel to cause more damage or kill and injure people. Olmert is in so concerned about his image abroad that while he calls on the US not to give the palestians money untill Hamas end terror and recognise Israel he goes and gives money himself because Olmert supports the moderates like Abbas and he is a peacemaker who loves the saudi plan.

    from the article: Defense Ministry: Home front inadequately protected for war
    First published 00:00 29.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 29.04.07
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