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    Posted: 3/28/2012 1:13:51 PM EST
    Israel's Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu (R) shakes hands with Defence Minister Ehud Barak before their meeting in Jerusalem in this February 23, 2009 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. REUTERS/Ammar Awad/Files
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:29:36 PM EST
    Sayeret Matkal commander Ehud Barak (2nd L) walks on the wing of a Sabena jet at Tel Aviv airport in this May 9, 1972 file photo, released to Reuters by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO) on March 28, 2012. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Benjamin Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Ron Ilan/GPO/Handout (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:27:50 PM EST
    Ehud Barak poses with a silenced Uzi machine-pistol while serving as a Sayeret Matkal commando in this 1967 file handout picture, released to Reuters by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO) on March 28, 2012. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Benjamin Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/GPO/Handout (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:24:06 PM EST
    Israel's Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu (R) shakes hands with Defence Minister Ehud Barak before their meeting in Jerusalem in this February 23, 2009 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Ammar Awad/Files (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:23:14 PM EST
    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks with Defence Minister Ehud Barak after a non-confidence vote at the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem in this June 8, 2009 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun/Files (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:21:56 PM EST
    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) speaks with Defence Minister Ehud Barak after a non-confidence vote at the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem in this June 8, 2009 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun/Files (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:20:37 PM EST
    Gilad Shalit (2nd R) walks with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (2nd L), Defence Minister Ehud Barak (L) and armed forces chief Major-General Benny Gantz (R) at Tel Nof air base in central Israel in this handout released by the Defence Ministry October 18, 2011. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Ariel Harmoni/Israeli Defence Ministry/Handout/Files (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:19:09 PM EST
    Benjamin Netanyahu is seen as a Sayeret Matkal commando in this undated file handout picture from the 1970's, released to Reuters by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO) on March 28, 2012. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Ehud Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/GPO/Handout (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:17:53 PM EST
    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (L) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem in this September 11, 2011 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Gali Tibbon/Pool/Files(JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 3/28/2012 12:11:40 PM EST
    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak stand in front of a launcher during a visit to an Iron Dome unit in the coastal city of Ashkelon in this April 10, 2011 file photo. Forty years before becoming Israel's top decision-making duo, Netanyahu and Ehud Barak first made news on the blood-stained wing of a hijacked Belgian airliner. That mission in May 1972, crystallizes for many Israelis the view that Netanyahu and Barak still today operate as a covert team, crafting strategy with a maverick intimacy born behind enemy lines and a clubby elitism that eclipses their markedly divergent personalities and politics. To match Insight ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/BARAK REUTERS/Amir Cohen/Files (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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    Posted: 9/4/2011 1:45:46 AM EST
    Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi gestures during a press conference at the Holy See Press Office, at the Vatican, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2011. The Vatican on Saturday vigorously rejected claims it sabotaged efforts by Irish bishops to report priests who sexually abused children to police and accused the Irish prime minister of making an "unfounded" attack against the Holy See. The Vatican issued a lengthy response to the Irish government following Prime Minister Enda Kenny's unprecedented July 20 denunciation of the Vatican's handling of abuse, in which he cited the "dysfunction, the disconnection, the elitism that dominate the culture of the Vatican to this day." (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Posted: 9/4/2011 1:45:46 AM EST
    Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi gestures speaks during a press conference at the Holy See Press Office, at the Vatican, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2011. The Vatican on Saturday vigorously rejected claims it sabotaged efforts by Irish bishops to report priests who sexually abused children to police and accused the Irish prime minister of making an "unfounded" attack against the Holy See. The Vatican issued a lengthy response to the Irish government following Prime Minister Enda Kenny's unprecedented July 20 denunciation of the Vatican's handling of abuse, in which he cited the "dysfunction, the disconnection, the elitism that dominate the culture of the Vatican to this day." (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Posted: 9/4/2011 1:45:46 AM EST
    Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi gestures during a press conference at the Holy See Press Office, at the Vatican, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2011. The Vatican on Saturday vigorously rejected claims it sabotaged efforts by Irish bishops to report priests who sexually abused children to police and accused the Irish prime minister of making an "unfounded" attack against the Holy See. The Vatican issued a lengthy response to the Irish government following Prime Minister Enda Kenny's unprecedented July 20 denunciation of the Vatican's handling of abuse, in which he cited the "dysfunction, the disconnection, the elitism that dominate the culture of the Vatican to this day." (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)