Netanyahu's haggling and avoidance of the real issues which threaten Israel existentialy, to name a few: limiting the options for a two state solution by building settlements and ignoring the further deterioration of Israel's international image, which will surely result on a Third Intifada breaking out seems to indicate that somehow he believes Israel can muddle through without a coherent strategy. To this low has Zionism sunk. I am quickly coming to the conclusion that Zionism itself has lost its way. Instead of visionaries whose intellect can pierce through the quandries of today to a future for the State in the midst of the nations of the world, we have clever mediocraties (which includes Ehud Barak) whose talent is for mere opportunism. I wonder what Ben Gurion and Jabotinsky would say if they were alive.
Ex-FM Lieberman: Firebomb attack in Jerusalem a reminder that norm is Arab terror against Jews (Haar
from the article: The world is sick of Netanyahu's lack of policy