Israel's Lieberman: No Negotiation Over Jerusalem

Even before he became Israel's foreign minister just under a year ago, Avigdor Lieberman had already established a reputation for his abrasive approach. For example, the former club bouncer, who was born in Moldova and emigrated to Israel in 1978, threatened to bomb the Aswan High Dam in Egypt and publicly stated that he wished President Hosni Mubarek would "go to Hell." The popularity of Lieberman, with his thick Russian accent, is fueled by two sources: the more than 1 million Israeli...Full Story
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