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Netanyahu, Barak and Gantz abroad 'on state business'     Yossi Yehoshua
1. Very odd, but also telling...
because it is not for nothing that they are all gone, as the drama in the region unfolds. In fact, the fact that they are gone tells us that the region in on the brink. Also, those in charge are capable of handling the helm, even though Israel's leaders leave a lot to be desired! Think outside the box.
Adina Kutnicki, ,   Israel   (12.06.12)
2. just goes to show that our leaders are interested
only in themselves. Am sure they did well in the duty free shops........
sue ,   jerusalem   (12.06.12)
3. the enemy wants us dead- next
we must be strong .
alan ashkenazie ,   nyc ny   (12.06.12)
4. Do not worry, Lieberman is home.
leo ,   usa   (12.06.12)
5. PM, DM and COStaff AWOL
NO QUESTIONS NO PROBLEMS So what is the big deal? I mean what can go wrong? What in the hell could ever happen? Especially in our neighborhood? C'mon, Really?
chuckmeister ,   Chicago, IL, USA   (12.06.12)
6. The State has many heads.
What the State doesn't have, however, is a brain.
Izik   (12.06.12)
7. Good news
Barak has critically damaged Israeli security in everything he did since 1982, starting with Sultan Yaakoub, through helping Hezbolla take over Lebanon, helping Hamas take over Gaza and most recently, helping the corrupt Abbas seize Judea and Samaria without negotiations. Ganz is famous for firing a heroic Lt. Colonel for doing his job by trying to control a foreign rioter. If you think about it, it is a good thing that these two are out of the country.
israel israeli ,   tel aviv   (12.06.12)
8. the top three abroad
Maybe Israel was already informed by the USA and the NATO not to interfere in their possible actions against the chemical sites in Syria. The same happened in the last war - as far I remembered it - against Saddam Hussein (2003), when the US-coalition warned the Israeli Air force (IAF) not to come inside the Iraqi flight and combat zone. On the radar the IAF-planes could be considered as unknown and possible hostile (?) warplanes. Thus, our top three could go abroad and finish their planned schedule. Personally I think that one of them had to stay in Israel, to reassure their worried citizens.
Toledano Jean-Pierre ,   Israel   (12.06.12)
9. I SO LIKE AVIGDOR
I SO LIKE AVIGDOR
Adi ,   Switzerland   (12.06.12)
10. Response to #4
Lieberman is in charge is enough to scare any Israeli with any intelligence.
Joe Mevorah ,   Lincoln, U.S.A.   (12.06.12)
11. It's quite comforting,really.
Goes to show that things are nice and calm and normal in Israel while the neighbours are killing each other. THREE CHEERS FOR ISRAEL!!!
Ian ,   Newcastle upon Tyne   (12.06.12)
12. The idiot who posted #10.
Lieberman has been in charge of the second most important Israeli Government section for several years, and we are still here. Since you are not living in Israel, your concern is of little value...I could say no value.
austin ,   vancouver canada   (12.06.12)
13. Joe Mevorah @ 10, what scares you so much.
leo ,   usa   (12.07.12)
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