Opinion  Sima Kadmon
Avi Gabbay, the man who came out of nowhere
Sima Kadmon
Published: 11.07.17, 12:51
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1. Why does Sima think that a dead corpse needs "revival"?!
It supposedly happened once 2.000 years ago and look what that brought us, the Jews?! Oy Vey, never again!
2. Gabbay is headed back to nowhere fast
Chaim ,   Israel   (07.12.17)
The leftists, who chose Gabbay to head Labor, are betting Israelis will buy the same old Labor excrement wrapped in a new package. Gabbay does nothing but parrot the same old sick, destructive Labor policies which have cost Israel tens of thousands of maimed and murdered civilians. The same old policies which almost destroyed Israel completely during Oslo.

Had Arafat accepted Oslo, and had Israel allowed the abomination to be implemented, Israel would not exist today. Israelis are too wise to be fooled by Labor's latest loser. Gabbay is headed back to nowhere fast.
3. Zima Kadima elevates any imbecile that agrees with her
Steve Benassi ,   Silver Bay, MN USA   (07.13.17)
4. Gabbai Pure Arrogance hey why isnt he involved with Bezeq .?
GabbaiBezeqConection ,   Jerusalem Israel   (07.13.17)
The public is asking why with the Bezeq Scandal the Left Wing
Media is never mentioning the "Gabbai Bezeq Connection"
that Gabbai left after 3 years there
and the Media Silence is DEAFENING .............Oi Veh Sima...
5. Eventually he will return to "Nowhere with 50 million NIS
BezeqBezeqBezeq ,   Jerusalem Israel   (07.13.17)
Bezeq consumers scammed for years where was Gabbai Sima ...oi Sima
6. Bezeq owns the telefone network in Israel
Alexander Scheiner ,   Israel   (07.14.17)
Bezeq is a MONOPOLY. Monopolies are not permitted in OECD countries.

Is this the reason why the quality of Bezeq is low but costs are high?
7. Avi Gabbay the guy who came from the Likud
Avi L.   (07.15.17)
The final blow to any last hope of social justice.
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