The Lincoln Plawg - the blog with footnotes
Friday, November 14, 2003
After the self-hating rabbis, the self-hating Shin Bet chiefs...
I don't believe it! After yesterday's piece about the rabbis going milky on the extermination of Arabush olive-trees at Ain Abbus (or Ainabus or Ein Abas), now we have former leaders of Shin Bet - the organisation par excellence for putting salt on the terrorist's tail, surely - suggesting that Likud policy may not be wise.
According to AP (November 14)
The former Shin Bet leaders - Yaakov Perry, Ami Ayalon, Avraham Shalom and Carmi Gilon - spoke in an interview with the newspaper Yediot Ahronot published Friday. Without a peace deal, they said, Israel's existence is in danger.
A measure of the degree of self-hate gnawing at the breasts of these once-loyal servants of the Jewish state is that
The four said Israel needs to withdraw from the West Bank and Gaza Strip - areas captured in the 1967 Mideast war - even if that means clashes with some of the 220,000 Jewish settlers who've built towns and outposts there.
This is the equivalent of Richard Perle - where in God's name has he got to?  - admitting that invading Iraq was a mistake!
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