Later that day, Barak ordered the evacuation of the settlers.
In Yedioth Ahronoth, an unequivocal headline informs us "Netanyahu and Barak determined to strike Iran in the fall."
On the verge of defeat, Barak told me that something like the Camp David/Taba deal was the only viable way to end the conflict.
In the fall of 2011, Barak told CNN's Fareed Zakaria about Tehran entering zone of immunity by summer of 2012.
Days later, Barak lost as big as he had won less than two years before.
But since the days of Deborah and of Barak, Tabor is generally supposed to have witnessed another scene.
And thou, companion and instrument of victory, Barak, arise!
I lapped,—an excellent test of pluck in the days of Gideon son of Barak;—and why?
He rose as he spoke, and Barak understood his smile and question, and waited.
There is a close parallel between the enterprise of Deborah and Barak and that which opens before the church of the present time.
lightning, the son of Abinoam (Judg. 4:6). At the summons of Deborah he made war against Jabin. She accompanied him into the battle, and gave the signal for the little army to make the attack; in which the host of Jabin was completely routed. The battle was fought (Judg. 4:16) in the plain of Jezreel (q.v.). This deliverance of Israel is commemorated in Judg. 5. Barak's faith is commended (Heb. 11:32). "The character of Barak, though pious, does not seem to have been heroic. Like Gideon, and in a sense Samson, he is an illustration of the words in Heb. 11:34, 'Out of weakness were made strong.'" (See DEBORAH.)