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Former Jerusalem Mayor and Kadima prime minister, resigned as PM in 2009 over corruption allegations
The hottest topics of the day focused on two capital cities: Jerusalem and Tehran.
Olmert told Cheney that if America decided to go ahead with the bombing, the administration would consider whether it would publicly take responsibility and if Israel acted, the US would remain quiet
Olmert allegedly stated that "Abbas is a great political leader."
Former Mossad agent Avner Avraham to share new details of Eichmann capture
By AMY SPIRO
Olmert, who offered an exclusive interview to Channel 13’s Udi Segal, said he did not think at the time that the shipyard building strategic weapons for Israel would sell submarines to Egypt.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
How the Bezeq-Walla Affair will play out in court.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
“The parties that are battling against him... will have enough seats in order to block the possible creation of a government led by Netanyahu,” Olmert said.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Olmert said the government has no organized plan for the Gaza Strip beyond military strikes, which he said would not accomplish anything.
Turning to Gaza, Olmert stated that Israel has the full right to resist any infiltration at her borders, especially those recognized by the international community.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Barak criticized a decision by Mandelblit to permit Netanyahu to receive donations to his legal defense from international millionaires.
Former prime minister blasts his successor Netanyahu for reneging on Western Wall deal.
Without Rivlin eliminating his criminal record, Olmert, 72, would need to wait almost another seven years before he would be eligible to run for office.
Olmert was the first Israeli prime minister to serve time in prison and be sentenced to jail.
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