Sunday, January 27, 2013

Israel's Defense Miinster Comments On Issues Of The Day

Barak: Israeli Coalition Difficult To Predict -- CNN 
Davos, Switzerland (CNN) -- Veteran Israeli politician Ehud Barak says the outcome of the Israel elections are so surprising it is hard to predict the outcome of coalition negotiations. It remains to be seen whether a new Israeli government will have the political capital to push for a peace deal with Palestinians, he added. "It's too early to tell," the outgoing deputy prime minister told CNN's Richard Quest at the World Economic Forum in Davos. "You know, there's a challenge here," he said. "I personally believe, and I believe the people of my generation strongly believe, that we have to find a way to continue the political process." Read more ....
More News On Ehud Barak  
Barak to CNN: I Will Not Serve as Defense Minister Again -- Arutz Sheva Barak confirms departure as Bibi starts on coalition -- Washington Times Israel’s Barak: Syria serves as warning that countries can’t always count on outside help -- Washington Post Barak: Lack of Response to Syria Crisis Means Countries Can’t Count on Outside Support -- Algemeiner Barak: Elections a win for ignored social justice movement -- Jerusalem Post Israeli DM: Lack of Syria Invasion a ‘Lesson’ to Israel -- Barak: Government must heed the people, can no longer ‘do what it wants’ -- Times of Israel

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