05.12.2011 09.Kislev. 5772
At memorial Netanyahu refers to "willingness to take difficult decisions to ensure future"; in apparent reference to Iran, PM says much can be learned from Ben-Gurion’s decision to declare state against all odds.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu seemed to have Iran very much on his mind Sunday when he praised David Ben-Gurion for his ability to take tough, fateful decisions in the face of long odds and conventional wisdom.
Netanyahu, speaking at a Sde Boker ceremony commemorating the 38th anniversary of the death of Israel’s first premier, said that during these tumultuous days much can be learned from Ben-Gurion’s legacy….