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Friday, September 12, 2008

Can she get away with it?

After yesterday's Jacob Walles interview showed that foreign minister 'Tzipora' Livni has been 'secretly' negotiating away Jerusalem, her Kadima primary rival Shaul Mofaz went after her.
Livni's chief rival in the upcoming Kadima primary, Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, responded to the Walles interview by slamming Livni, saying she could no longer get away with not revealing whether she thought Jerusalem should be divided, and whether she has divided it in the negotiations that she is leading.

"What was published is nothing less than a scandal," Mofaz said. "The future of the capital of Israel is not a matter for secret negotiations. I say clearly, I will not allow Jerusalem to be harmed.

"Beyond Tzipi Livni's ethical lapse, her lack of leadership and courage prevent her from clarifying her stance to the public," he charged. "This is a strategic mistake that harms Israel's security and its future, and could be a tragedy forever."

Sources close to Livni responded that she had no intention of "stooping" to Mofaz's level of debate, and that these comments showed the desperation of his campaign.

Livni, they said, would "continue to look after Israel's interests with good judgment and responsibility."
Note that Livni doesn't want to 'stoop' to having a real debate on the issues. Mofaz has five days to hammer away at her. So far he has been totally inept at doing so. Maybe he should hire the people running the McCain-Palin campaign.


At 2:23 PM, Blogger Lars Shalom said...

this is my mohammdin family...roayl blood, read the words of the prophet here

At 6:54 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The stupidity of Kadima voters... well, it looks like they learned nothing from Olmert's tenure!


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