With the upcoming Israeli elections, I thought it would be interesting to see who everyone here thinks would be the best Prime Minister for Israel.
Personally I think Netanyahu is the best of the three "main" candidates, that is Sharon, Mitzna, and Netanyahu. His view is extremely right, and I like the right. But more importantly, he will take a heavy hand against the Palestinian terrorists, a heaver hand than even Sharon, possibly. I think that activly and offensivly fighting terror instead of only retaliating once it happens is the way to go, that way you have more of a chance of destroying more terror per day than is created, and I believe this is what Netanyahu will do. Am I correct in this assumption? However, Mitzna is pretty much the stark opposite of Netanyahu, not only wanting to activly negotiate with Arafat, but also is leaning towards a possible withdrawel from the territories in the recent future. This may seem to be the wrong thing to do if Palestinian terrorists will not, as expected, stop terrorizing Israel even when it is no longer in the West Bank and Gaza. But what if they will? In this case Mitzna is the best choice, but is it very likely that the Palestinians will stop terror? No.
Posted in Arab-Israeli conflict because it relates directly to Arab-Israeli conflict.