What is Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's vision?

With countless cease-fires broken by the Palestinians, the war and attacks upon Israel continue.

By RONN TOROSSIAN
August 24, 2014 18:40
2 minute read.
Sisi, Mashaal and Netanyahu

Sisi, Mashaal and Netanyahu. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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As an ardent supporter of Israel, watching Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu one sees contradictions. On the one hand, he is completely dedicated to Israel’s security, the leader of a nationalist government, and Chairman of the right-of-center Likud Party.

Yet, after months of conflict with the Palestinian Arabs & Hamas – and International condemnation – terrorists still fire rockets at the State of Israel. On the eve of a proposed cease-fire, which Netanyahu advocated accepting, the underground tunnels were discovered. Now, we see Netanyahu dispatching negotiators to Egypt, where discussions take place with a team which included representatives of terrorist organizations.

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