Netanyahu’s aides spent the days ahead of his meeting with Mitchell on Wednesday attempting to dampen expectations of a deal in the works with the administration. But the fact that these negotiations have even taken place has caused Israel great damage. Coalition members who oppose his leftward swing should make clear their dissatisfaction by showing Netanyahu that there is a price to be paid for deceiving his voters and his government.
Caroline Glick is senior contributing editor at The Jerusalem Post. Her Jewish Press-exclusive column appears the last week of each month. Her book “The Shackled Warrior: Israel and the Global Jihad,” is available at www.Amazon.com.Caroline B. Glick
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