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There is a dispute between the professional echelon in the defense ministry and Prime Minister Netanyahu over the American proposal.
"Government should stop scaring the citizens of an imminent second holocaust and stop inciting them against each other."
Defense Minister Liberman tells IDF generals, "matters of war and peace must express the will and enjoy the support of the majority of the people."
A Wednesday decree issued by Shabak truly sounded like part of the mad hatter's party in Alice in Wonderland.
Likud MK Benny Begin is outraged that fellow party members supported the appointment of new Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman.
The reason for the severe limits on his civil rights is stated as: "To secure state security, public peace and maintaining public order."
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
Police returned the body of the Bezeq technician-turned-terrorist who murdered a 60-year-old rabbi in the heart of Jerusalem. He was buried as a martyr.
When the PM shook hands with the newcomer at the end of the Knesset Likud faction's first meeting of the spring session, he blurted, "Yehuda, it's the last time you're doing this to me."
This is a do or die case for the military prosecution, which has taken its share of lumps so far.
Defense Minister Ya'alon was in the habit, during security cabinet meetings, of forcing officers to remain silent if their views did not match his own.
Netanyahu was unhappy with Glick's presence on his party's list, and, in fact, refused to employ the "Norwegian Law" just so Glick won't become a Likud legislator.
MK Avigdor Liberman rocked the political establishment by agreeing to become the defense minister.
Yitzhar's Yeshiva was occupied for one year, starting April 11, 2014, by a Border Guard company, after confrontations between local residents and the IDF.
LIberman's entry into the coalition may bring about even more changes than expected...