July 2, 2009

Israel Needs To Shape Up Its Foreign Policy

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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Last week in Paris, French President Nicolas Sarkozy told Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to replace Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman with Tzipi Livni. "I'm telling you," he reportedly said, "you need to get rid of that man."

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