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Former Israeli Prime Minister Olmert: I don't trust Netanyahu on Iran issue ~ link ~ Yet another most senior Israeli official speaks out against Bibi 666 Netanyahu on the drive to a General Middle East War. None of these men are pacifists and all are strongly Zionist/pro-Israeli. This level of deep and very high opposition has never happened before in Israel, a nation known for its rough and tumble politics. They know that the coming war will literally destroy the Jewish State! Stirling
In an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour, which will be aired Monday night, Olmert said, "The Iranian regime has not gone beyond a certain line of developing (its) nuclear program. That shows that they are at least thoughtful, which means that they are not rushing, but they are calculating their steps – being aware of the possible ramifications of what they do to Iran itself – which is what we want them to understand.
"At the same time, we have to create a capacity to defend ourselves in the event that they will not (halt the nuclear program)," he told Amanpour. "And at the same time we have to encourage the international community, quietly by the way, without talking so much, (…) to take measures, sanctions (…) but also not to rush (to) certain military actions which are not essential at this point."
Knesset Speaker Rivlin: This will be the Current Knesset's Last Session ~ link ~ If war crazed Anti-christ Netanyahu is to have his war, it must be relatively soon...there are too many top people who want him to be defeated in the next election for him to chance it. So get ready for it. Stirling
Some 22 per cent of those questioned, however, declined to say who they would vote for, giving Mr Sarkozy cause to hope his oft-repeated claim that a "silent majority" will vote for him on the day could still bring victory.