Sarid is spot on with this one! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • alan
    • 21.08.11 | 11:01 (IDT)

    Israel has a record of knee-jerk responses leading to death and destruction of "suspected terrorists". It is a common phrase in the IDF vocabularly. Sady there are not enough people like Sarid whose head is actually out of the sand and can therefore see more clearly the error of Israel's ways.

    from the article: Israel is isolating itself from all its Mideast allies
    First published 01:53 21.08.11 | Last updated 01:53 21.08.11
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