What kind of convoluted logic is this? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Claudia UA
    • 19.08.10 | 18:06 (IDT)

    I guess I don't see Ashkinazi as a culprit here but as a victim of whomever generated this forgery. Obviously he is knew the disarray exposure of the document would mean to the process and wanting no deversions from the IDF's primary task of defending Israel. Perhaps he saved it as a hedge against whomever he suspects generated it as this putz thinks. Apparently in Israel this is not uncommon with snakes like Ehud Barak around. Just what will it take to eliminate that man from his manipulation of Israel's security? I don't like the intimations of this writer. Leftist always try to cast a veil over the strenth of opposition, and that is what he is doing here. Israel may have a deeply rotten system of government that does give a position to the likes of Barak, that nobody wants, but let us not condemn the IDF. There will be plenty of time to villianize whomever is responsible when that is discovered.

    from the article: A history of forgeries / A coup in the Kirya
    First published 01:57 18.08.10 | Last updated 01:57 18.08.10
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