Where is the outrage? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dutch Dirk
    • 24.04.07 | 01:38 (IDT)

    Where's is the outrage? I thought that the Kadima guys were aiming peace and stability? Sharon was tired of the right-wing Likud songs and aimed to bring peace to Israel. Peres jumped on to the Kadima bandwagon and after the elections they took office. What happened since the past elections? No peace with the Palestininans, a lost war with hezbollah, snubbing Syria and ongoing tensions, rapidly heading for another war, seem to the fate for the Kadima voters amongst others. So where is the sound of outrage Israel? Is it the wish of the Israeli's to confront both Hezbollah and Syria in the upcoming months? Syria's Assad seems to be the most credible guy in this situation: no peace means war. And as I hear no sounds of outrage, I guess the people of Israel do want another war. No sounds of outrage, no sounds of protest against Kadima etc. This proves that Ahemedinejad is right: Israel is the biggest source of problems im the region. And no one else.

    from the article: A war in the summer?
    First published 00:00 23.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.07.07
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