Thanks to Kadima Israel is a lame duck - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jonathan S
    • 01.06.07 | 13:03 (IDT)

    After more than 300 rockets in the last few days against the Sderot region, it is safe to say that Olmert, Livni and Peretz are preventing Israel from defending herself. The same could be said last year when the North had been abandoned. Under this Kadima leadership, shamefully backed by Labor against the will of the people of Israel, the country has suffered a strategic setback never seen before with far-reaching consequences. With the irresponsible hope that this government of failure might run away from the Golan, Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria, to be handed over to terrorists and a rogue regime, Haaretz is still supporting these people. The damage done to the security of Israel cannot be overestimated. If Kadima is allowed to stay on, Israel will be thrown back to 1947. Olmert and the likes are making a laugh of all those who perished for the survival of the state.

    from the article: IDF: No Gaza ground operation due to fear of war with Syria
    First published 00:00 01.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.06.07
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