Monday, January 14, 2013

Naftali Bennett (and others) in The New Yorker

David Remnick writes of Naftali Bennett as well as others in the Yesha political network in the New Yorker.

Read it.

And love the picture of Ayelet in a modestly-fashioned dress:

One sentence caught my attention:

Meir Har-Zion, who, after his sister was killed by Bedouins, in 1955, when she was hiking in Jordan, crossed into Jordan with three of his friends

The "Jordan" then referred to was not that far away from an area we now call...E1, more or less. 

And Tzipi Livni is really into historical disconnect here:

Tzipi Livni told me that after negotiating with the Palestinians she is convinced that they have given up their claims on Haifa and Jaffa,


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