|Thursday, May 28, 2009|
|Weekly Commentary: Keeping Netanyahu's Kitchen Hot|
Weekly Commentary: Keeping Netanyahu's Kitchen Hot
Dr. Aaron Lerner Date: 28 May 2009
Let's get this straight.
It isn't the fault of the people who pushed to break up coalition
The lesson, time and again, has also been that when a leader turns to act in
Now, that's not to say that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu came back from
Just that it should be made clear, for the benefit of all concerned, that
Netanyahu certainly deserves credit for refusing to bow down and proclaim
Now, while it is certainly the case that Prime Minister Sharon wrote of the
So the outpost story is considerably more complicated than an "all or
How Netanyahu picks his way through this challenge will send a message to
Prime Minister Netanyahu may be calling, for the record, for Israelis to
The harder it is for him to do anything on the outpost issue, the easier it
Sure it's hot in the kitchen.
But nobody forced him to take the job.
Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director IMRA (Independent Media Review & Analysis)
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