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  1. #1 Tzipi Livni: challenged the Kadima party leadership of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert 
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    The 49-year-old lawyer Tzipi Livni: Rising star of Israel's troubled political establishment

    though she still trails right-wing Likud party chief Benjamin Netanyahu in polls as a potential premier


    Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, who on Thursday challenged the Kadima party leadership of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, under investigation for alleged corruption, is seen as as rising political star and a contender to be its second woman leader.
    The 49-year-old lawyer, who defied her staunch nationalist background to become the number two in government and in the centrist Kadima, is today the most popular member of government.

    She is seen as the strongest candidate to succeed Olmert as Kadima's head and enjoys high public approval ratings, though she still trails right-wing Likud party chief Benjamin Netanyahu in polls as a potential premier.

    Today Livni heads the peace negotiations with the Palestinians, launched late last year in a US conference, but which have since made little visible progress.

    She has met frequently with her US counterpart, Condoleezza Rice, on improving conditions for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, where she is committed to the creation of a Palestinian state but also ensuring Israel's security and fight against terror.

    "The creation of a Palestinian state, of a Palestinian economy, is clearly in Israel's interests, and we share the Palestinians' desire, just as cracking down on terror is a Palestinian interest," Livni said, while attending a donors conference for the Palestinians in Paris in December.

    In April she took the rarely available opportunity of visiting an Arab country, attending a democracy forum in Qatar, where she lobbied for support against Iran's nuclear drive and urged Arab states to forge ties with Israel.

    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1



    Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, who on Thursday challenged the Kadima party leadership of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, under investigation for alleged corruption, is seen as as rising political star and a contender to be its second woman leader.
    The 49-year-old lawyer, who defied her staunch nationalist background to become the number two in government and in the centrist Kadima, is today the most popular member of government.

    She is seen as the strongest candidate to succeed Olmert as Kadima's head and enjoys high public approval ratings, though she still trails right-wing Likud party chief Benjamin Netanyahu in polls as a potential premier.

    Today Livni heads the peace negotiations with the Palestinians, launched late last year in a US conference, but which have since made little visible progress.

    She has met frequently with her US counterpart, Condoleezza Rice, on improving conditions for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, where she is committed to the creation of a Palestinian state but also ensuring Israel's security and fight against terror.

    "The creation of a Palestinian state, of a Palestinian economy, is clearly in Israel's interests, and we share the Palestinians' desire, just as cracking down on terror is a Palestinian interest," Livni said, while attending a donors conference for the Palestinians in Paris in December.

    In April she took the rarely available opportunity of visiting an Arab country, attending a democracy forum in Qatar, where she lobbied for support against Iran's nuclear drive and urged Arab states to forge ties with Israel.

    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1
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    Put Netanyahu back at the helm, bomb Iran back to the stoneage and call it a day. Olmert needs to go after that Lebanon debacle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aklover View Post
    Put Netanyahu back at the helm, bomb Iran back to the stoneage and call it a day. Olmert needs to go after that Lebanon debacle.
    I think that pretty much sums it up. Netanyahu is Israel's best hope right now ... at least in terms of defending it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aklover View Post
    Put Netanyahu back at the helm, bomb Iran back to the stoneage and call it a day. Olmert needs to go after that Lebanon debacle.
    GOD works in his own ways.First Sharon is struck down .Then they get an incompetant idiot like Olmert and his weak-kneed Airforce general as chief of staff for IDF forces.Now they have a real warrior in command of the IDF all thats needed is Bibi in office as P.M.!snip..

    Major General Gabi Ashkenazi:IDF chief of Staff, was born in Moshav Hagor in 1954 to a Holocaust survivor father from Bulgaria and a Syrian-born mother. After graduating from the Tel Aviv Junior Command Preparatory School, Ashkenazi joined the Israel Defense Forces in 1972 and served as a combat soldier in the Golani Brigade. During the Yom Kippur war, which erupted a year later and disrupted Ashkenazi’s officers’ course, he fought on the southern front. After the war he completed the course with honors.


    Olmert :Born near Binyamina in the British Mandate of Palestine, Ehud Olmert is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with degrees in psychology, philosophy and law.Olmert succeeded in opening a successful law partnership in Jerusalem.

    Bibi Netanyahu: Netanyahu is the first Israeli Prime Minister to be born in the State of Israel.He earned a B.S. degree in Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975, and an M.S. degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1977, and has studied political science at Harvard and MIT. After graduate school, Netanyahu worked at The Boston Consulting Group in Boston, and eventually returned to Israel.

    This one's going to be the real thing with a thee way Nuke strike and Israel will only survive with GODS help.
    Remember Israel is his and his alone !
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