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Likud activists: Boycott Netanyahu


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

In response to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call on the residents of the illegal West Bank outpost Migron to accept a compromise offer by which permanent structures would be relocated to State-owned land, a campaign was launched by the Likud’s rightist camp calling on voters to boycott the party’s primaries.

Members of the Likud National Headquarters said the boycott as the only way to influence the Prime Minister’s policy. “Netanyahu has been acting in contradiction with the values of the Likud movement, while giving Ehud Barak a free hand in implementing policies against the Jews settling in their country. This is not the policies of the Likud and the national camp,” referring to Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

Ynetnews, Israel

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