09 September 2012

Backtracking, Backstabbing, Leaking: Ordinary Israeli Intrigue

Does this spell

P o l i t i c a l ..... R e s h u f f l i n g?

Haaretz's Amir Oren reported that Barak opposes launching an attack on the eve of the U.S. elections, and that he may be aiming to join a party headed by Tzipi Livni and to become defense minister in a Livni government. (i.e., someone in the White House is furious with Israel's Prime Minister, and now wants him replaced. So we see the same duo ganging up on Bibi.)

Yuval Steinitz: “Barak has stung twice in the past. The first time he stung the members of Kadima and former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and the second time he stung his friends at the Labor party – Ben-Eliezer, Herzog and Braverman. He may sting again.” (Sounds like he is more devoted to Netanyahu, and maybe is hinting that the leaks cam from the Defense Minister himself. A good enough reason to replace him.) Arutz Sheva news.

Now Gil Ronen: Barak Backstabbed Bibi on Bombing? Something caused Netanyahu to start talking about red lines instead of imminent attack. Did Barak flip-flop?

What happened to the Prime Minister's urgency to stop Iran at all costs? Who had his ear"

"Netanyahu faces an extremely hostile and unabashedly political press at home that militantly opposes an Iranian strike by Israel, as well as pressure by the U.S. and other nations, to refrain from such an attack. However, as long as he had Barak by his side on this matter, he had the political maneuvering room to carry out the attack despite these pressures." More at INNews

Personally, I believe that Israel will not attack Iran. That there will have to be a 'crisis' in the air, and then we will see more prophecies play out in the Geulah scenario. Am Yisrael must come to the level of fear that produces tremendous teshuva. Our Rabbis promised miracles like those in the days of Yetzias Mitzrayim. This is what I will wait for.

Does this possibly answer the question of

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