I would like to support Mr.Hurwitz to the fullest in his comments about Yossi Beilin. But hey..he's just a typical politician with no pride or feel for responsibility after his own misjudgements. Don't forget that after being sent out of office, he even actively circumvented elected Israeli governments by involving Switzerland's foreign ministry in the Geneva accords. A behavior which, in my view, and taking all democratic rights into account, still scratches qualified betrayal. People like him will just never get it and moreover think of themselves of having somekind of mission! Now Israel, unfortunately doesn't come forward with many impressive leaders. Ariel Sharon and Shimon Peres come agewise close to a Soviet Politbureau and should have retired 20 years ago. Yet Israel still has to come up with a capable new generation of leaders. So where are they?
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