"We obliterated him," said Haim Ramon as he came off the busy stage at Beit Hahayal in Tel Aviv, a smile splashed across his face. "We smashed the thug," he added.
Last Tuesday, in the daily session with Shimon Peres for letting off steam, Labor MK Matan Vilnai told of his impressions of his visit to Kibbutz Sde Boker, at the annual memorial service for Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion.
Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doesn't understand what's bugging Justice Minister Yosef Lapid. Until yesterday, Netanyahu believed Lapid would allow him and Prime Minister Sharon to close a deal with United Torah Judaism, and to get the budget passed.
In a letter he sent to the members of the Labor Party bureau, Ehud Barak expresses regret about his political performance and calls upon the party to return to the path of its founders.
Of those who support the plan, 36.4% favor continuing its implementation, while negotiating with the Palestinian Authority's new leadership.
A solid majority of the Israeli public - and among Likud voters - supports Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan to withdraw from the Gaza Strip, according to a Haaretz poll conducted by Dialog under the supervision of Chamille Fuchs.
Uzi Dayan sounds very close to entering politics. He is not planning to take things by storm, like Ami Ayalon, and it's not at all certain he's headed for Labor.