State Comptroller’s report on the Harpaz affair reveals the mutual abhorrence and lack of faith among members of the top defense brass.
Yuval Diskin’s criticism should be noted particularly since he supports a strike on Iran. Focusing on cigars and alcohol is a smoke screen for the dilapidation of Israel’s senior politicians.
The prime minister is riding to the ballots on a wave of militarism and divisions among the other parties will give him the freedom to play one off against the other. What more could he ask for?
The internet leads the way as the primary source of news information, ahead of traditional sources. The FiveThirtyEight blog on The New York Times website helps this transformation take shape.
What was originally characterized as a minor legal road bump could end up spelling permanent exile from politics for Avigdor Lieberman. Meanwhile, some eager candidates for the foreign minister post are chomping at the bit.
I have no idea who the blogger who goes by the pseudonym of Eishton really is. All I know is that his journalistic work is serious and professional.
This is an election campaign, and in an election campaign you have to promise that ‘we’ll keep Jerusalem’ and teach our children about Jewish tradition.
Today’s politicians will at the end of the day be judged by their actions and not by their party affiliations. Just like Winston Churchill.