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    • Abecassis
    • 12.10.09 | 11:59 (IST)

    Sorry Akiva, you're still a manic-depressive walking bomb. It will be unfortunate foe an aging, an otherwise lucid gentelman of yesteryear, to finish his illustrous carrier this way. The Article, though a continuation of provacative stands, does not illuminate any of the various issues Akiva raised helter skerterly. One point though: it was the people of Israel that elected the majority of the government. We ought to abide that result, even if we don't agree with it. Regarding the composition of Netanyahu cabinet, look at the French one; made up from a rainbow electorate, and Sarkozy isn't at war. Obama, yes your reflections on Obama: Akiva it is so provincial of you, read the international media, they are all stupefied by the choice which somehow has drove lower the high bar to which Nelson Mandela,and Guandi has let us to expect.

    from the article: Israeli mockery of Obama's Nobel is pure chutzpah
    First published 07:16 12.10.09 | Last updated 11:14 12.10.09
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