Barak: 'I don't think Wikileaks damaged Israel'

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November 30, 2010 12:06

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak commented on the Wikileaks incident while visiting a weapons factory on Tuesday.

"This is currently a source of great curiosity in the world," the defense minister added. "I don't think it damaged Israel. There isn't a big difference, in my opinion, between what you read in Wikileaks and what we've all heard in briefings, even if they were off the record."


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