The mob war (of words) continues in the Zionist state. On the one hand we have the Likud mafia, on the other the Kadima gangsters. See Israel's Gangster State.
The new head of the Kadima gangsters has accused the boss of the Likud mafia of turning Israel into "a pariah state". "Since you took control, Israel has become a pariah country in the world," she said.
Kadima leader Tzipi Livni has an impeccable gangster curriculum. Daughter of Irgun terrorists (her father was chief operations officer), she herself was a member of a Mossad assasination squad which murdered an innocent Palestinian waiter in Norway. In an interview 15 years ago, published by the Sunday Times last year she said "To kill and assassinate, though it’s not strictly legal, if you do it for your country, it’s legitimate."
As Minister for Foreign Affairs, Livni shares responsibility for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by Israel in last year's Gaza massacre. Someone should perhaps let her know that she should shoulder her fair share of responsibility for the Zionist regime's pariah status.
She was of course complaining about the murder by the Zionist state's Mossad enforcers in Dubai of the Hamas official responsiible for arms procurement, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. but not only that. She was also referring to the lack of support given by Netanyahu to "Police Commissioner Dudi Cohen in the face of criticism leveled by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who is under investigation by police for corruption."
Right. Livni's successor is still under investigation, and the Police Commissioner has received death threats: "You have been condemned to the next life, your end is nigh," Police "have not entirely ruled out a gangland connection" according to AFP