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Avigdor Lieberman

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Israeli Committee

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Israeli Committee



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ICAHD is a non-violent, direct-action organization established in 1997 to resist Israeli demolition of Palestinian houses in the Occupied Territories - 24,000 as of this writing and counting. As we gained knowledge of the brutalities of the Occupation, we expa... more

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Deputy Prime Minister

State of Israel


Likud Movement


Israel Our Home


Jerusalem Economic Corporation

Board Member

Histadrut Ovdim Le'umit


Foreign Affairs & Defense Committee and State Control Committees


Hamas Group


Shalem Center



doctorate in philosophy

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Lishtot - Water Quality Testing Technology [cached]

The winners were announced today by the Israeli Chief Scientist, Dr. Avi Hason , Mr. Avigdor Lieberman, Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs and his Canadian counterpart, Minister of Foreign Affairs[...]

Features - Winnipeg Jewish Review [cached]

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman in Jerusalem
Lieberman told Israel Army Radio that what "we are seeing now is just the first buds," of the Persian Spring, predicting that, "As we approach presidential elections in Iran, in June 2013, we will see much more of this." Lieberman indicated that Western nations made a mistake in not taking actions to fan the flames enough during the 2009 protests, which could have encouraged regime change and halted Iran's nuclear drive. I don't think we have a special status that forces us to lead initiatives, but we should definitely follow matters closely and encourage the UN Security Council, the EU, the world powers and others to take action," Lieberman told Israel Army Radio. Lieberman spoke of the fact that this time in his view that the West must help the protest movement in Iran, facilitating its communications, giving money and mobilizing international organizations, and other bodies. Lieberman revealed to Ha'retz that aside from intelligence reports and diplomatic cables, he receives periodic briefings from friends and acquaintances - businessmen and diplomats from the former Soviet Union - who travel regularly to Iran. "The situation in Iran, and the feelings of the man on the street, is one of economic catastrophe," he said..... There's a shortage of basic goods, a rise in crime, and people are trying to flee the country, sending money abroad." According to Lieberman, "Based on my conversations with people who visit Iran, if you held a referendum - the nuclear program or quality of life - 70 to 80 percent would choose the second option. It's not that they're opposed to the nuclear program, but they aren't willing to pay these crazy prices." Makan told the Winnipeg Jewish Review that the Iranian regime is trying to pin the blame for the economic problems on Ahmadinejad's poor economic management specifically, since he is at the end of his eight year term and cannot run again. They do not want the Iranian people to believe that the economic woes are just related to sanctions, but rather to Ahmadinejad's inept mismanagement. Makan, who said he is in contact with Iranian dissidents, suggests that the regime has raised the price of chicken because "90% of chickens are domestically produced" such that the Iranian people will blame Ahmadinejad and not the whole Islamic regime and it's nuclear drive which has led to biting sanctions.

TrumpCare vote tabled, British Parliament Terror Attack, Israeli Air Strikes on Syria, Mosul Battle Bloodbath, Neo-Zionism using the Anti-Semite Card, a paraplegic cure and America in the "Outer Limits"-a President Trump Predictions excerpt [cached]

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman is one of Netanyahu's most right-wing, pro-Zionist extremists on his cabinet.
Lieberman got on Israeli Public Radio a day or so after his offensive attack on Syria and threatened, "The next time the Syrians use their air defense systems against our planes we will destroy them without the slightest hesitation.

DS Center || Dmitriy Salita Youth Center [cached]

The Dmitriy Salita Youth Center has the support of many Jewish leaders, including Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Avigdor Lieberman and his party, as well as Nathan Sharanskiy, Chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel.
Guests of honor include Israel's Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, his deputy Danny Ayalon, and Member of Knesset Faina Kirshenbaum. Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, his deputy Danny Ayalon and Member of Knesset Faina Kirshenbaum are flying to New York for the celebratory opening.

Glossary | Just Vision [cached]

Avigdor Lieberman
(1958 - ) Jewish Israeli political figure. Lieberman founded and is the leader of the secular, right-wing, nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party, whose constituents are, like Lieberman is himself, immigrants from the former Soviet Union who support a hard line vis-a-vis negotiations with Palestinians. Lieberman became Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs starting in 2009, and held the post until the 2015 elections, with a brief period of resignation due to charges of fraud in which he was ultimately acquitted. Lieberman lives in a settlement, and has proposed a "Populated-Area Exchange Plan," in which Palestinian towns inside Israel which are close to the Green Line would be transferred to the Palestinian Authority and large Settlement blocs would be included within Israel. In 2009, Lieberman stated that he supports the creation of a Palestinian state, but reiterated in 2014 that such a state must include this population exchange. He has also advocated a "loyalty oath" which is meant to disenfranchise those citizens of Israel (particularly Palestinian citizens of Israel) who are not prepared to sign an oath of loyalty to the state of Israel. In 2009, his party's election campaign included the slogan, "No loyalty, no citizenship.

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