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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Fwd: Avigdor Lieberman and the "right wing" mislabel , IMPORTANT INFO

Thanks, C.

This is very scary as he is getting more and more votes due to his deception.
It has been said that he might support Foreign Minister Livni, after the elections, to form a government.
He was also involved with the casino in Jericho.

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Weekly Commentary: Avigdor Lieberman and the "right wing" mislabel
Dr. Aaron Lerner                   Date: 4 September 2008

"Also overall security responsibility should be placed in the end on Egypt
(AL: in the Gaza Strip)

"Jordan such an arrangement should give support...including the
issuing of passports and taking of overall and comprehensive security
responsibility for what transpires in Judea and Samaria"

"Thus for practical purposes this arrangement will be, almost certainly, a
kind of two confederations - in one case with the Jordanians, and in the
other case with Egypt."

Avigdor Lieberman - My Truth (2004) - pages 202-203

Time and again Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Lieberman is labeled by the
media as "right wing".

But is he?

Consider what he proposes as his "solution" to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Lieberman sees bringing Jordanian security forces to the back entrance of
Kfar Sava and Egyptian forces a few kilometers from Ashkelon.

And what of his "transfer" proposal that some areas in Israel with heavy
Arab populations be transferred to a Jordanian-Palestinian confederation?

Since when is proposing borders that are even worse than Israel's pre-'67
"Auschwitz borders" a right wing proposal?


There are all kinds of labels one may give to Avigdor Lieberman and his

But "right wing" surely isn't one of them.

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