Ehud Barak Quotes.
The Labor party under my leadership is working to bring the Israeli people together from all nationalities in the spirit of the scroll of independence.
There is a thin line between peace of the brave and peace of the hostage… between compromise – even calculated risk – and irresponsibility and capitulation.
Benjamin Netanyahu seems to avoid any initiative.
I am confident the Obama administration will work professionally with any Israeli government.
The Islamization process in Arab countries is very disturbing.
A strong, responsible Israel can become a stabilizer in such a turbulent region.
I’m such a failed politician that all of my rivals have disappeared, on both sides.
At this place, Jews have prayed throughout the generations, and it is fitting that the message of brotherhood should go out from here.
The Middle East is a region where predictions go to die.
As prime minister, I was the Israeli leader who walked the greatest distance in his offers to the Palestinians.
I have acquired – some would say deservedly – quite a few rivals: former Israeli politicians, some of whom at their height were stars beloved by large parts of the public. But today, they aren’t in politics, and when they sit alone in their room, they say to themselves that Barak is the one who showed them out the door.
We are living in an open world. There is a freedom of speech and, clearly, freedom of speculation.
The Palestinian Authority cannot hold the stick at both ends: to incite violence, to participate in it, and to tell the world how – what kind of underdog they are.
I don’t do anything to impress anyone, quite successfully I can tell you.