This is ridiculous. No, we don't need great leaders. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shlomo from Tel-Aviv
    • 05.03.07 | 13:38 (IST)

    "To end the conflict with Arabs", as if it depended on the Israeli PA -- this is ridiculous. Let's vote Akiva Eldar to see how will he end the conflict. I think, that he would dismantle the state of Israel -- after all, this is the reason for the conflict, the existence of Israel and Arab rejection of the right of Jewish people for self determination on their native land. No, we don't need PM, who would dismantle Israel to become "a great leader". Good administarator, as Olmert, is much better, than "great leader", the one, who, without much words, would maintain Israel strong, economically successful and safe, the one, who would fight terror and leave the door for peace open for the times (remote ones) when Arabs become ripe for peace.

    from the article: Following the path of Sharon's sins
    First published 00:00 05.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.03.07
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