Skip to comments.Lapid to NYT: Settlers will likely be uprooted (Israel finance minister)
Posted on 05/20/2013 8:46:12 AM PDT by Olog-hai
In an outdoor café, wearing jeans and his trademark black T-shirt, Finance Minister Yair Lapid gave his first interview to foreign press since taking office. Lapid has embarked on a media blitz, deploying his telegenic good looks and sound-bite savvy, the newspaper observed.
In the interview, Lapid acknowledged that thousands of settlers would someday be uprooted, something he called heartbreaking.
The interview itself revolved mainly around the stalemated negotiations with the Palestinians, but also on the future aspirations of the Yesh Atid chairman. Lapid told the NYT that he is still hoping to succeed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but clarified: Im in no hurry. Asked about the transition to politics, he called it painful, joking, I used to have so many opinions before I learned the facts.
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Bottom line: If a leading member of Netanyahu’s government is proposing something like this, then Netanyahu is in a very weak political position. His tenure in office is nearing an end. Netanyahu however will not leave office without dealing with the Iranian nuclear program in a very definitive manner. Things may get very interesting in the Persian Gulf.
This will result in Jews killing Jews to aid the Palestinians.
The Talmud is quite clear about what must be done to Jews who betray Israel to their enemies.
Why does it so often seem as though the Jews are their own worst enemy?
Sixty-five years of nationhood surrounded by teeming millions who hate Jews and want them all killed, and they still think they can make friends in the ME.
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