Radio presenter Judy Shalom Nir-Mozes spoke on Israeli radio on Tuesday and lauded the decision by television news presenter Geula Even to quit her media position a day before her husband, Gideon Sa'ar, said he will run during the upcoming Likud party elections. "She was smart to do so," Nir-Mozes said, "even if [it was the other way around] and the husband was a news presenter it'd be the same [situation]." Nir-Mozes said she might form her own political party as well. "My party would be without hot-air," she said, "I don't care about peace because the Palestinians don't want peace. I support the death penalty for terrorists and helping young Israelis to own flats. I know how to do it but haven't decided yet if I will or won't."