Monthly Archives: March 2012

Guest Article – Morality: on the Future of the Members of Kadima

By Zeev Jabotinsky Even before the results of the primaries in Kadima were known, Tzipi Livni, in interviews she gave, called those who joined the Mofaz camp “Arikim” (defectors). She went on to say that if she would win, there … Continue reading

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The Prime Minster Enjoyed a Peaceful Night

I have no doubt that Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu slept well last night. The ridiculous media festival surrounding the election of Shaul Mofaz as chairman of the Kadima party is slowly giving up the ghost, and Israeli politics remain … Continue reading

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This is How They Shut Mouths at the ‘Jewish Chronicle’

As you know, the articles of ‘Berov Oz veShalom’ are translated to English and appear in this sister site which is read in various countries around the world by Israelis and non-Israelis alike. For a few months, links to these … Continue reading

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The Fight for the Leadership of Kadima – Unneeded, Unimportant and Futile

During my military service a joke went around relating to the huge waste in human resources under contract in the army. A storekeeping officer walks past a locked door of a military depot and hears voices coming from inside it. … Continue reading

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If Blood Must be Spilled on the Border Fences, Make Sure it Would Not be Israeli Blood

During my training as an officer during the early seventies I had a Sergeant Major who became etched into my memory. He used to describe to us in great detail the tasks we would be facing, the standards of behaviour … Continue reading

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A Short Break – We Will Be Back Very Soon

With Much Courage and Peace is off to a professional conference for a few days – we will see you again towards the weekend.

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A Journey in Time from the Pages of an Old Newspaper Straight to the Present

The French have a lovely expression. “The more things change, the more they stay the same”. Last night I was going through a pile of old papers looking for some document when, to my surprise, I came across the main … Continue reading

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