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Topic - Danny Danon
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired his deputy defense minister for publicly criticizing as too soft the government's decisions in its ongoing battle with Islamist militants in the Gaza Strip.
"Lunacy." That's how Danny Danon describes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to hand over 104 killers to the Palestinian Authority as a "good-will gesture."
A senior Israeli official on Sunday said the ruling Likud Party will not accept a Palestinian state with the borders favored by the Palestinians and the international community, a new hurdle to U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry's effort to restart peace talks in his latest visit to the region.
An Israeli lawmaker says Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry likely will visit Israel in October or November.
The aid convoy for Gaza organized in May 2010 was a humanitarian initiative with people from more than 30 countries (including the United States and Israel) in ships sailing under the flags of several nations. While there were private Turkish citizens among participants, the flotilla was not organized or even encouraged by the Turkish government, as Danny Danon conjures without evidence ("Why Turkey should apologize to Israel," Commentary, Aug. 15). Quite the contrary.
Donald Trump threatened a third-party presidential run, Herman Cain and Israeli lawmaker Danny Danon stirred up the crowd, and Jon Huntsman Jr. and Tim Pawlenty got polite receptions at the second annual Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Washington.
"Hamas is once again setting conditions for us," he is reported to have said while visiting soldiers stationed outside Gaza. "We must not be humiliated. We must correct the mistake of the cabinet decision from this morning [to accept the ceasefire] and allow the army to do what it must!"
In a TV interview, Mr. Danon said that "there is certainly no majority" in the Likud for establishing a Palestinian state based on