There is a thin line between peace of the brave and peace of the hostage... between compromise - even calculated risk - and irresponsibility and capitulation.
If I were a Palestinian of the right age, I'd eventually join one of the terrorist organizations.
I don't do anything to impress anyone, quite successfully I can tell you.
Iran poses the most serious long-term threat to regional stability.
Since the Six-Day War, the whole world, which is the real arena of battle between us and the Palestinians, believes that Israel is right in regard to procedure, namely problems and disputes should be solved around the negotiating table.
I delivered lectures, and I was also a consultant for international companies in finance, both private equity and big venture capital funds.
I'm no wealthier than Bibi Netanyahu or Arik Sharon. I don't feel that I'm more hedonistic than Ehud Olmert, or Yitzhak Rabin or Shimon Peres.
I'm such a failed politician that all of my rivals have disappeared, on both sides.
In Israel, generally speaking, politics is much more familiar than any other place. We all know each other.
We want peace, but not at any price.
I don't feel opportunistic ever, in anything.
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