Miki Goldwasser: Gov't shirking responsibility

February 2, 2007 12:21


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Miki Goldwasser, the mother of captured IDF reservist Ehud Goldwasser, said on Friday that everyone in the government was shirking responsibility for the failures of the war in Lebanon and for the fact that Ehud and fellow reservist Eldad Regev were still in captivity. Goldwasser was responding to Olmert's rejection of blame for the war's failures in Thursday's Winograd Committee testimony. "Everyone is trying to remove responsibility from themselves. Everyone has to take responsibility (for the war) and the responsibly that my son and Eldad are still in Lebanon," Goldwasser said during a solidarity ceremony for the captured troops in Ramat Hasharon.

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