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Security checking Israel's Mr. Security: Who is new defense minister Avigdor Lieberman?
Published June 2nd, 2016 - 17:24 GMT

Lieberman praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. He was born in Chișinău, Moldova - then part of the Soviet Union - in 1958 into a Jewish family. He grew up speaking Yiddish (a Jewish Germanic language) and Russian. Along with his family, he immigrated to Israel in 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)
Lieberman praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. He was born in Chișinău, Moldova - then part of the Soviet Union - in 1958 into a Jewish family. He grew up speaking Yiddish (a Jewish Germanic language) and Russian. Along with his family, he immigrated to Israel in 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman (far right) dressed as Genghis Khan for Purim. He and his party support an Israeli state that is explicitly Jewish and Zionist in character, and propose land swaps between Jewish settlements and Palestinian areas of Israel, as well as loyalty oaths and military service for all. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman (far right) dressed as Genghis Khan for Purim. He and his party support an Israeli state that is explicitly Jewish and Zionist in character, and propose land swaps between Jewish settlements and Palestinian areas of Israel, as well as loyalty oaths and military service for all. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman speaking at a Yisrael Beiteinu rally. In his first speech as defense minister, he praised the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), his successor Yaalon, and reiterated his support for peace with the Palestinians. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)
Lieberman speaking at a Yisrael Beiteinu rally. In his first speech as defense minister, he praised the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), his successor Yaalon, and reiterated his support for peace with the Palestinians. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman with Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officers. Lieberman is known for his hardline stance on Palestinian militant groups, and said if he were to become defense minister Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh would have 48 hours to live. (Avigor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman with Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officers. Lieberman is known for his hardline stance on Palestinian militant groups, and said if he were to become defense minister Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh would have 48 hours to live. (Avigor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman previously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in Netanyahu’s government from 2012 to 2015, leaving after he decried Netanyahu’s response to the then conflict in Gaza as too weak. The current coalition between the two brings Likud’s ultra-thin majority in the Knesset up to 66 from 61. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
Lieberman previously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in Netanyahu’s government from 2012 to 2015, leaving after he decried Netanyahu’s response to the then conflict in Gaza as too weak. The current coalition between the two brings Likud’s ultra-thin majority in the Knesset up to 66 from 61. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)

Lieberman has been criticized for his statements towards Palestinians, such as his call to boycott Palestinian businesses in Israel who closed in protest of the 2014 Gaza War, and punishment for protesters of Israeli policy, including those on Palestinian Nakba Day. (AFP)

Lieberman has been criticized for his statements towards Palestinians, such as his call to boycott Palestinian businesses in Israel who closed in protest of the 2014 Gaza War, and punishment for protesters of Israeli policy, including those on Palestinian Nakba Day. (AFP)

Locals walking before sunset near Jerusalem’s Yaffa Gate. Lieberman is reportedly a diehard fan of Jerusalem’s football team: Beitar Jerusalem, known for its hooliganism and nationalism. (Hunter Stuart/Al Bawaba)
Locals walking before sunset near Jerusalem’s Yaffa Gate. Lieberman is reportedly a diehard fan of Jerusalem’s football team: Beitar Jerusalem, known for its hooliganism and nationalism. (Hunter Stuart/Al Bawaba)

Lieberman supports stronger Israel-Russia relations, and has praised Russian president Vladimir Putin. Around one million Russian speakers arrived in Israel in the early 1990s following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. (AFP)
Lieberman supports stronger Israel-Russia relations, and has praised Russian president Vladimir Putin. Around one million Russian speakers arrived in Israel in the early 1990s following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. (AFP)

Lieberman celebrating Hannukah last year. Lieberman lives in the Jewish West Bank settlement Nokdim with his wife and children. Such settlements are widely considered illegal under international law, although Israel disputes this. (@AvigdorLieberman/Twitter)
Lieberman celebrating Hannukah last year. Lieberman lives in the Jewish West Bank settlement Nokdim with his wife and children. Such settlements are widely considered illegal under international law, although Israel disputes this. (@AvigdorLieberman/Twitter)

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Segurançaverificação Sr. Security de Israel: quem é o novo ministro da defesa AvigdorLieberman?
Publicado 2 de junho de 2016 - 17:24 GMT

Lieberman orar no muro das lamentações em Jerusalém. Ele nasceu em Chişinău, Moldova - então parte da União Soviética - em 1958em uma família judaica. Ele cresceu falando ídiche (língua germânica judaica) e russo. Juntamente com sua família, ele emigroupara Israel em 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)
Lieberman orar no muro das lamentações em Jerusalém. Ele nasceu em Chişinău, Moldova - então parte da União Soviética - em 1958em uma família judaica. Ele cresceu falando ídiche (língua germânica judaica) e russo. Juntamente com sua família, ele emigroupara Israel em 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman (extrema direita) vestida como Genghis Khan Purim. Ele e seu partido apoiarum estado israelita é explicitamente judaicae sionista em caráter e propõem trocas de terras entre assentamentos judaicos e territórios palestinianos de Israel, bem como juramentos de lealdade e serviço militar para todos. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman (extrema direita) vestida como Genghis Khan Purim. Ele e seu partido apoiarum estado israelita é explicitamente judaicae sionista em caráter e propõem trocas de terras entre assentamentos judaicos e territórios palestinianos de Israel, bem como juramentos de lealdade e serviço militar para todos. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)

Liebermanfalando em um comício de Yisrael Beiteinu. Em seu primeiro discurso comoMinistro da defesa, ele elogiou a defesa forças (Israel), seu sucessor Yaalon e reiterou seu apoio a paz com os palestinos. (AvigdorLieberman/Facebook)
Liebermanfalando em um comício de Yisrael Beiteinu. Em seu primeiro discurso comoMinistro da defesa, ele elogiou a defesa forças (Israel), seu sucessor Yaalon e reiterou seu apoio a paz com os palestinos. (AvigdorLieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman com oficiais das forças de defesa de Israel (IDF). Lieberman é conhecido porsua postura linha-dura em grupos militantespalestinos e disse que se ele se tornar líderde Hamas defesa ministro Ismail Haniyeh teria 48 horas para viver. (Avigor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman com oficiais das forças de defesa de Israel (IDF). Lieberman é conhecido porsua postura linha-dura em grupos militantespalestinos e disse que se ele se tornar líderde Hamas defesa ministro Ismail Haniyeh teria 48 horas para viver. (Avigor Lieberman/Facebook)

Lieberman anteriormente serviu como ministro das relações exteriores no governo de Netanyahu de 2012 a 2015, deixando depois que ele condenou a resposta de Netanyahu ao então conflito em Gaza como demasiado fraco. A coalizão atual entre os dois traz a maioria ultra-fino do Likud no Knesset até 66de 61. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
Lieberman anteriormente serviu como ministro das relações exteriores no governo de Netanyahu de 2012 a 2015, deixando depois que ele condenou a resposta de Netanyahu ao então conflito em Gaza como demasiado fraco. A coalizão atual entre os dois traz a maioria ultra-fino do Likud no Knesset até 66de 61. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)

Lieberman tem sido criticado por suas declarações para os palestinos, como a sua chamada para boicotar as empresas palestinasem Israelque fechou em protesto contra aguerra de Gaza de 2014 e punição por manifestantes da política israelense, incluindo aquelas sobre o dia da Nakba Palestina. (AFP)

Lieberman tem sido criticado por suas declarações para os palestinos, como a sua chamada para boicotar as empresas palestinasem Israelque fechou em protesto contra aguerra de Gaza de 2014 e punição por manifestantes da política israelense, incluindo aquelas sobre o dia da Nakba Palestina. (AFP)

Os locais caminhar antes do anoitecer pertoYaffa Gate de Jerusalém. Lieberman é declaradamente um  incondicional da equipa de futebol do Jerusalém: Beitar Jerusalem, conhecida pelo seu vandalismo e nacionalismo. (Hunter Stuart/Al Bawaba)
Os locais caminhar antes do anoitecer pertoYaffa Gate de Jerusalém. Lieberman é declaradamente um  incondicional da equipa de futebol do Jerusalém: Beitar Jerusalem, conhecida pelo seu vandalismo e nacionalismo. (Hunter Stuart/Al Bawaba)

Lieberman suporta mais fortes relações Israel-Rússia e elogiou o presidente russo Vladimir Putin. Aproximadamente 1 milhão de falantes russos chegaram a Israel na década de 1990 após a dissolução da União Soviética. (AFP)
Lieberman suporta mais fortes relações Israel-Rússia e elogiou o presidente russo Vladimir Putin. Aproximadamente 1 milhão de falantes russos chegaram a Israel na década de 1990 após a dissolução da União Soviética. (AFP)

Lieberman celebrando Hannukah, no ano passado. Lieberman vive no assentamento judeu Cisjordânia Nokdim com sua esposa e filhos. Esses assentamentos são amplamenteconsiderados ilegais sob a lei internacional,embora Israel contesta isto. (@AvigdorLieberman/Twitter)
Lieberman celebrando Hannukah, no ano passado. Lieberman vive no assentamento judeu Cisjordânia Nokdim com sua esposa e filhos. Esses assentamentos são amplamenteconsiderados ilegais sob a lei internacional,embora Israel contesta isto. (@AvigdorLieberman/Twitter)
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Security checking Israel's Mr. Security: Who is new Israeli defense minister Avigdor Lieberman?


Published June 2nd, 2016 - 17:24 GMT


Last week, the Israeli government led by prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his right-wing Likud party reached a deal to add fellow right-wing party Yisrael Beiteinu(Israel is our home) to its coalition. Yisrael Beiteinu’s leader - the boisterous and controversial Avigdor Lieberman - was named as new defense minister, moving a government which previous defense minister Moshe Yaaloncalled “extremist and dangerous” further to the right. His first day in office was May 31. So who is this onetime nightclub bouncer and immigrant from the former Soviet Union? And why is his appointment to the defense minister post generating such attention? --AL



Lieberman praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. He was born in Chișinău, Moldova - then part of the Soviet Union - in 1958 into a Jewish family. He grew up speaking Yiddish (a Jewish Germanic language) and Russian. Along with his family, he immigrated to Israel in 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)



Lieberman (far right) dressed as Genghis Khan for Purim. He and his party support an Israeli state that is explicitly Jewish and Zionist in character, and propose land swaps between Jewish settlements and Palestinian areas of Israel, as well as loyalty oaths and military service for all. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)



Lieberman speaking at a Yisrael Beiteinu rally. In his first speech as defense minister, he praised the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), his successor Yaalon, and reiterated his support for peace with the Palestinians. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)



Lieberman with Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officers. Lieberman is known for his hardline stance on Palestinian militant groups, and said if he were to become defense minister Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh would have 48 hours to live. (Avigor Lieberman/Facebook)



Lieberman previously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in Netanyahu’s government from 2012 to 2015, leaving after he decried Netanyahu’s response to the then conflict in Gaza as too weak. The current coalition between the two brings Likud’s ultra-thin majority in the Knesset up to 66 from 61. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)



Lieberman has been criticized for his statements towards Palestinians, such as his call to boycott Palestinian businesses in Israel who closed in protest of the 2014 Gaza War, and punishment for protesters of Israeli policy, including those on Palestinian Nakba Day. (AFP)



Locals walking before sunset near Jerusalem’s Yaffa Gate. Lieberman is reportedly a diehard fan of Jerusalem’s football team: Beitar Jerusalem, known for its hooliganism and nationalism. (Hunter Stuart/Al Bawaba)



Lieberman supports stronger Israel-Russia relations, and has praised Russian president Vladimir Putin. Around one million Russian speakers arrived in Israel in the early 1990s following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. (AFP)



Lieberman celebrating Hannukah last year. Lieberman lives in the Jewish West Bank settlement Nokdim with his wife and children. Such settlements are widely considered illegal under international law, although Israel disputes this. (@AvigdorLieberman/Twitter)



Image 1 of 9Lieberman praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. He was born in Chișinău, Moldova - then part of the Soviet Union - in 1958 into a Jewish family. He grew up speaking Yiddish (a Jewish Germanic language) and Russian. Along with his family, he immigrated to Israel in 1978. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)



Image 2 of 9Lieberman (far right) dressed as Genghis Khan for Purim. He and his party support an Israeli state that is explicitly Jewish and Zionist in character, and propose land swaps between Jewish settlements and Palestinian areas of Israel, as well as loyalty oaths and military service for all. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)



Image 3 of 9Lieberman speaking at a Yisrael Beiteinu rally. In his first speech as defense minister, he praised the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), his successor Yaalon, and reiterated his support for peace with the Palestinians. (Avigdor Lieberman/Facebook)