Amidror: Disengagement was irresponsible

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 15, 2011 14:13

 
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The new head of the National Security Council, Ya'akov Amidror, criticized Israeli rabbis for calling on soldiers to refuse to act in the government ordered disengagement, saying that democratic processes will not always benefit all facets of the population, Israel Radio reported Tuesday.

Amidror added that he felt the disengagement was irresponsible, but that a refusal to implement a voted ordinances is worse than uprooting settlements or a unilateral withdrawal.

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