'If Netanyahu signs a cease-fire, he's finished'
Cabinet and Likud members vehemently oppose a cease-fire, but despite the great political risk, all signs indicate that Netanyahu is looking for a truce.
On August 11, 2006, as the Second Lebanon War was winding down, Haaretz published a public opinion survey entitled: “Most of the public believes Israel is not winning the war.” Only 20 percent thought Israel had won its month-long battle against Hezbollah; the rest said it was either a tie or a defeat. The next day, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who was under heavy political and...
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