General Petraeus, Ashkenazi, Obama and Netanyahu aren't the only people who collect information on people. That is the "art" of politics, whoever has collected the most dirt is usually the winner.
What happened to the days of a handshake and your word was your bond? No contracts, court orders or liens were needed back then, your word was everything.
Are we to live like we are under constant surveillance these days? How pathetic is that? Our world is headed downhill and everything appears backwards. It will take a great shaking to wake us up and realize what we have done to each other, as well as our planet.
SD Charger ,
3. Dead Story. No One Cares.
Petty nursery-school nonsense.
Reuven Brauner ,
4. State Comptroller finds misconduct in Harpaz affair
It appears that if one looks enough, something suspicious can be found about any one in the public eye. in my opinion, the AG in Israel has too much power. if he brings charges against any politician, he effectively removes that politician from politics, at least temporarily. Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty. Sometimes, it appears that the AG is the most powerful person in an election. This is not right and is a setup for corruption.
George Weiss ,
5. Ashkenazi the People's General could become the People's PM
In matters such as these, games are played with knives drawn--that's life in the top ranks of any organization civil or not. Barak hindered the work of Ashkenazi out of jealousy and political fears. He lost. Even if Ashkenazi is investigated he has more clout with the international community and with Israel than Barak could ever muster. Ashkenazi is GOOD for Israel's image--deal with it.
6. the entire harpaz affair stinks
what needs to be investigated is the very possible involvement of foreign elements who tried to influence israel's national security make up through this deplorable affair.