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Wednesday, January 17, 2007 

IDF chief Dan Halutz resigns

And with good reason. Ynetnews has a whole page of coverage on him, starting with the official news of his announcement:
Since the end of the second Lebanon war, many voices called for the Chief of General Staff to leave his post. Among them were senior politicians and a movement of reservists.

The sword of the Winograd commission, which was investigating the war, was also swinging over Halutz's head, although he did not wait for them to issue their intermediate report before resigning.

IDF sources explained that the general made his decision once investigations of the war came to an end, and after the 2007 annual military schedule was approved.
His official letter of resignation. Then, as told over here:
Halutz quits after realizing he was unable to regain public's trust
That's something that Olmert and Peretz will have to come to terms with as well, as they are now unable to regain the public trust either.

Others on the subject include A Blog for All, Israel Matzav, Yoni the Blogger, Pajamas Media, Israel & the Sin of Expulsion, AubreyJ, Yid with Lid, Life Through My Eyes, Elphidelphi, The Last Amazon, Life in Israel, The Hedgehog Blog, Shiloh Musings, If You Will It, Atlas Shrugs, Segacs World I Know, JoeSettler, Israel at Level Ground, Boker Tov Boulder, Greetings From the French Hill.

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