To Danny #5, i forgot the two genuises as well - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lubnani Yehudi
    • 15.01.07 | 12:23 (IST)

    Omert, as corrupt and sleazy as the leader of organised crime, has no vision or plan for anything, the only plan he had, he abandoned for a failed war for two soldiers who could easily be returned for a few Lebanese yet they sit in Lebanon for 6+ months just for his ego, appointed a socio-economist as Defense minister, still has no vision or guts, handed Lebanon to Hezbillah as an early Christmas present. Peretz, the socio-economist who gained power through that field yet went for the Defense ministry so he could be in the lime light instead of improving the social and economic gaps between Israelis, the platform he was elected on, went to war with no experience, also handed Lebanon to Hezbillah as an early Christmas present. Refuse to negotiate, and thereby putting the lives of the 3 Israeli soldiers on the line, we could be looking at another Ron Arad except x 3. BTW, PLEASE READ RON ARADS LETTER. It'll shed light on what Israel really is.

    from the article: Only Barak
    First published 00:00 14.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.01.07
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