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    • Alterman
    • 20.05.11 | 12:59 (IDT)

    Another flotilla may come to Gaza. There could be terror-attacks, both by arabs and jews. Etc. In fact, we should expect the unexpected. Final note: I agree with Issacharoff and Harel that we have seen incidents where the officers and soldiers in Tzahal have been sloppy and unprepared. Is this arrogance, or a dangerous deterioration with regards to our values and capabilities? Is it megalomania? Is it corruption (in the Kirya)? Is it the sad old mindset that does things in a "chafif" way? And what about this: maybe 3 or 4 terrorists crossed the Golan border and joined fellow terrorists in Jenin and Nablus? We have to deal with it, and we also have to deal with popular massdemonstrations. And we have to find the proper tool for each task: you don´t use a hammer when you are trying to catch an annoying fly. And you don´t use water cannons when you hunt guys like Imad Mughinyeh.

    from the article: A third intifada? Not necessarily
    First published 09:50 20.05.11 | Last updated 09:50 20.05.11
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