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Kadima's Dalia Itzik quits politics    Moran Azulay
1. Israel asks you a favour
Could you please take all the post Zionist's who are pretending to be the 'Center' with you. With Oslo gone, Israel needs true patriots in the Knesset in the next election.
joseph ,   Australia   (12.05.12)
2. Olmert?
" I thought that at this time Ehud Olmert is the only one who could lead the State of Israel to those places it needs to get to". Following Olmert would most likely lead you straight to prison.
michael redbourn ,   Arad Israel   (12.05.12)
3. Dalia
Here is a politician in the ugly sense of the word has no loyalty to anyone or any idea, only loyalty to herself. She has never accomplished anything in her entire life. She has a low level of intelligence. all she wants is power and the perks that go with it.
michael Pielet ,   israel   (12.05.12)
4. To #1: It takes so little
to be a "true Israel patriot" when you sit in a Melbourn pub supping another whisky...
msh ,   Haifa   (12.05.12)
5. Time for a center-left unity party.
Build a sane platform, outline a cogent and powerful plan for the defense of Israel, stress the need to join the International community, bring hope to the Nation. Offer a clear alternative to the coalition of the coarse and over-reaching right, and the non productive Haredim. Stand up and fight for fair values for the land of milk and honey and the free world will embrace and nurture you. My heart and my prayers are with you in this moment of dire need. Peace through strength, AND understanding!!!!
StevieT ,   USA   (12.05.12)
6. Jumping ship is better than humiliation
It's going to be a mirricle if Kadima pass the 2% electoral threshold. She is not a Livni die hard so she is not rushing to join her so better to try save face and say she wants to quit politics. What a sad state of affairs Israeli politics is in now that out of all the many parties we have there is only one man who is able to run the country without destroying it.
Zionist forever   (12.05.12)
7. rumor has it that she's quitting
because she wasn't on the list as top knesset beauties. there was a story yesterday that she threw a fit at a hair salon and stormed out. and today she's taking a hiatus. witnesses say they caught site of her crying in a car with black eye shadow drizzling down her cheeks, banging her head against the steering wheel. I hope she can move on from that article. dalia, beauty is from within except, beauty on the outside counts more.
the mad zionist ,   sf-ny-is   (12.05.12)
8. A useless politician
JJJ   (12.05.12)
9. #4 - Noted
Perhaps you are right, but then again, Joseph sitting in Melbourn sipping whiskey is doing more good for the state of Israel than Dalia Itzik. I find her leaving as great news! I just wish she'd take more leftists with her.
Amichai ,   Huntsville, US   (12.05.12)
10. Thanks No. 9
I did my army service in Sinal as a gunner in the M60 Tanks against the then invincible T72 Russian tanks. I still have a lot family in Israel, and it truly breaks my heart to see you all of my dear Israelis cowering against missile strikes. My son is completing his PhD in Photonics, (lasers) and Nanoscience, and within two years we will be coming back to help Israel with all we have.
joseph ,   Australia   (12.06.12)
11. I served in the IDF
in combat in Sinai. We will be hopefully returning next year. I am upset the trauma of every Israeli feels with the missiles raining down on them.
joseph ,   Australia   (12.06.12)
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