Barak takes up office as defense minister
Hanan Greenberg
Published: 19.06.07, 11:27
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1. Wow, Don't You All Feel Safer?
Terry ,   Eilat, Israel   (06.19.07)
One step forward, two steps back.
2. worst pm ever? i'm torn between Barak and Olmert...
aaron ,   ra'anana   (06.19.07)
I guess i have to go with Olmert, but its close.
3. Barak started by putting on dark goggles; Peretz's taken off
4. What a Wonderland is Israel!
Caroline ,   Israel   (06.19.07)
I wish the Winograd commission worked as quickly as Barak came to grab the office in the Ministry of Defense. It's amazing how things go at the pace that fits to those who rule this country. As slow as possible for Olmert's investigation and as quick as possible for Barak's nomination.
5. Military Parade ?
ben ,   singapore   (06.19.07)
Look at the photo Ynet ! the red carpet not even and the officers are shabbly dressed. Dont Embarrass me Idiots ! What has this military become ? I cant believe this photo. Yet net is this Photo Correct ? Tell ME ! Atilla, where are you man ?
6. Peretz
ben ,   singapore   (06.19.07)
Fail or not , you are still a Jew and our moroccon boy, Now take the Slap and take the hugs ,didnt you know it is never easy to lead the Israeli People. Peretz Cheers man, Cheers : - ))
7. Are those Peretz's rose tinted spectacles thatBarak wearing
Alan ,   SA   (06.19.07)
8. Barak reminds me of Elmur Fudd
Moshe ,   Beit Shemesh   (06.19.07)
9. #8, You mean: Bawak weminds me of . . .
10. At least he is a war time soldier
Tovia Smitas   (06.19.07)
11. He is asking one thing........already?
Talula ,   Israel   (06.19.07)
That we keep our eyes open? what is that supposed to mean? I understand that knesset members and ministers need to keep their eyes on each other where money is concerned, but what are we supposed to be keeping our eyes open for? Does he mean not to fall asleep during his speeches? WHAT? I can't stop laughing!
12. #5 no wonder! that's the Vagabonds Unit
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