My Favorite Quotes
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 Shlomo Avineri - “Sharon, ... has learned the language of the possible.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “If there is violence, Sharon's chances are diminished,”
 Shlomo Avineri - “The historical irony is that a step that is basically within the discourse of the left is being carried out by a right-wing leader. It is as significant as Richard Nixon going to China.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “What will happen will depend on two factors whether disengagement will pass peacefully within Israel and whether there will be more terrorism, which will make the argument against further disengagement very strong.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “Election time means time out. There is a strong argument for refraining from doing dramatic things right now.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “It's a journey from pariah to the establishment. There's less anger and bitterness and more responsibility.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “The next government can of course wiggle out of an agreement, ... but it will find it extremely difficult to do it.”
 Shlomo Avineri - “No Israeli government since 1967 has had the political will and ability to make such a decision about the future borders of Israel,”