10 thoughts on “Lieberman Severs Ties With Mossad – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. where is Netanyahu? isn’t he supposed to reslovle this kind of school yard tussle before it happens? what happens when the international affairs of a country are carried on by opposing interests, a new meaning for divided government?

  2. If the Foriegn and Commonwealth Office communicates with the tail, it means that they are convinced it’s wagging the dog.

    1. “The USA’s military has replaced the DoS in many places”

      Australia and the USA signed a free trade agreement during the GWB Presidency, and the main stumbling block to signing that deal was the fact that USA/Australian relations was/is “owned” by the Department of Defence.

      So the dude who clinched that deal – Richard Armitage – had to convince a uninterested bunch of military men to agree to something that an onlooker would have assumed was None Of Their Goddamn Business.

      Go figure, heh?

      1. Seems like Lieberman severing ties with anyone or anything is a positive development.

        I look forward to the day when the Israeli people decide to sever ties with him.

        I would hope that the next election in Israel would result in a governing coalition that leaves him and his party out in the cold.

  3. President Peres has long been functioning as Israel’s de-facto Minister of Foreign Affairs – no wonder the Mossad took over the ministry’s functions.

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