No pressure for Superman Netanyahu… if we disregard the White House and the World

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    16th June 2010

    Just to show that other countries have versions of – ‘fog over Britain. Europe cut off’ – take a glance at this (my bolding):

    “Netanyahu is a superman in his party. There’s no one in his party to stop him. Likud is the most right-wing party in the coalition; it is also the most left-wing party in the coalition. All the satellite parties are virtually irrelevant. They are led by lame duck politicians, all of them who have no political future, so Netanyahu is completely unrestrained politically. Nothing is standing in his way in internal Israeli politics. The only real pressure he’s under comes from the White House and the world.”

    It’s from an interview with the Jerusalem Post’s Gil Hoffman – ‘The World Is Crazy And Netanyahu’s Under A Lot Of Pressure’, at the Jewish Press, described at its site as ‘America’s largest independent Jewish weekly’.

    Meanwhile after Tony Blair voiced the hope that Israel would allow more “stuff” (Blair, video) into Gaza, a meeting of Irael’s Security Cabinet today closed without agreement. Tomorrow is another day. They’d better get a move on. Calls are getting louder for more than the limited agreement that Blair & Netanyahu hammered out in the last few days. (See Tony Blair Office website)


      Then British Prime Minister Tony Blair plays cricket with children from the London Sports Clubs inside 10 Downing Street in London November 22, 2006. Credit: Reuters/Alessia Pierdomenico

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