Sunday, February 27, 2011

7/7 RIPPLE EFFECT: Who bombed London ?

20.10.2009 - 10:05, updated 29.10.2009 - 11:59
This is a dissemination of an extremely interesting article found at  by an unnamed author, but who I believe is Robert John Aumann of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Centre for Rationality.

One of the points that doesn’t do more than poke its nose out, is the animosity held by the writer towards the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, possibly due to Sharon’s moves to withdraw Israeli settlers from within Gaza, a point that Benjamin Netanyahu also vigorously opposed.

 After the London bombing, Benjamin Netanyahu returned to Israel and on the 7th August 2005, 33 days after the London bombing, Netanyahu resigned as the Finance Minister under Ariel Sharon, but immediately took steps to displace Sharon as Prime Minister, beginning with his attempt to gain leadership of the Likud party, which would have removed Sharon from the position of Prime Minister.

 However, for Benjamin Netanyahu to continue his political career, he had to overcome the major gaffe he made in London on the 7th July, 2005 when he stated that he had been ‘warned’ in regard to the London bombing.

 Andrew S. MacGregor