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Habib: No Difference between Zionist Leaders
Habib: No Difference between Zionist Leaders
There is no difference between leaders of the Zionist entity because the military institution has the upper hand, said Muslim Brotherhood deputy chief in statements to Ikhwnweb.
Saturday, February 14,2009 00:39
by Mostafa Radwan IkhwanWeb

There is no difference between leaders of the Zionist entity because the military institution has the upper hand, said Muslim Brotherhood deputy chief in statements to Ikhwnweb.

Dr. Mohamed Al Sayed Habib, the first deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that there is no difference between leaders of the Zionist entity. "There is no difference between Left, Centre or Right in the Zionist entity.
The military institution is the basis of the entity. The military institution has the upper hand in steering the Zionist policy", he said.

Habib pointed out that the Palestinian people and Hamas movement"s steadfastness and restiveness can only be a watershed point in managing the conflict and changing politics.

Habib said that the coming Zionist government may consist of a Netanyahu-led coalition with Lieberman and other small Rightist parties excluding Livni and her party Kadima, or a coalition between Livni and Netanyahu and they exchange the Premiership every two years, with the participation of Avigor Lieberman, leader of Yisrael Beiteinu Party.

It is worth noting that Kadima party had a one seat lead over rightist Likud party in last week"s Zionist legislative elections. Lieberman-led Yisrael Beiteinu Party came third while Labour Party led by Defense Minister Ehud Barak, came fourth for the first time ever.


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