State says nobody has a right to sell the drafts on the open market for a profit, as this infringes on the state's right to keep an asset 'of deep symbolic significance' that belongs to the state and the public.01:40 27.11.15 | 0 comments
as not budging an inch or cm with regards to a settlement freeze, borders, etc. and yet seeking peace negotiations with the PA? I don't think he's fearful because as you've mentioned Netanyahu deals with issues head-on and gets away with deflections - it's more like procrastinating on the inevitable action Israel needs to make to sustain a democracy. It's basically a lengthy learning curve on foreign policy for the right - meaning being heavy-handed doesn't always work, whereas diagolue and finding commonalities of agreement work much better.