Peretz should not worry. When it turns out that Barak talks the talk but does not walk the walk, the Israeli public will be on him too. Let's see what he does about Hamas. I predict it will consist of a lot of macho talk but no action. When Hamas has consolidated it's power and is shelling Israel again and receiving outside aid once again, then Peretz can sit in his easy chair with a cool glass of lemonade and turn on his TV to hear and see his former critics demanding Barak's head too. Be patient Mr Peretz.
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from the article: Barak to be defense minister; Peretz: No chance of cooperation