Mofaz, our opposition leader and Kadima's chieftain, meets Bibi. This is the main point of his report to the press:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seemed “confused, stressed out and unfocused” to Kadima head Shaul Mofaz when the two met last week to discuss the latest developments with Iran, the opposition leader told Army Radio Sunday morning.While one couldn't say that Mofaz is stressed, the other two items are highly relevant in his case too, but this is besides the point. Which was:
“He seems to have lost his wits,” said Mofaz, “and rather than making thought-out, responsible decisions, he is creating the sense of an impending war.”Dunno. Possibly. But the response of PM's office to this fairly typical for Mofaz volley was something totally unexpected:
One unidentified source told Army Radio that “Mofaz is irresponsibly using details from the briefing, despite being asked specifically to not use them in a public manner.”And what does this response teach even the least observant reader about our secrets?