Israel: For a New, Better Reality

While the government sinks deeper and deeper in the quagmire that is the aftermath of the second Lebanon war, something is surprisingly and notably missing. Why do we hardly hear anything from Binyamin Nethanyahu, why doesn't his complacent face appear daily on our television screens and on the frontpages of the nation's newspapers, and why did he not appoint himself as the people's spokesman, using our anger and frustration for his own advancement? I can only think of one answer: he knows that his path towards the Prime Minister's office is being cleared by others, and that his personal involvement would only interfere with their work, Bert said.

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